SOURCE: C2C

C2C

January 31, 2014 09:05 ET

C2C Enhances Archive Migration Tools for Service Provider Market

PST Migration Tool Enhanced With Direct Support for Microsoft Office 365; Annual Licensing Options for Integrators and Service Providers

WESTBOROUGH, MA--(Marketwired - Jan 31, 2014) - C2C, a leading provider of email archiving and information management solutions, today announced the release of its latest version of PST Enterprise 3.0 to the Microsoft service provider channel with annual licensing specifically for integrators and providers who are supporting Office 365 Migrations.

"As the pace of migrations to both Office 365 and Exchange 2013 increases, we are seeing service providers looking for options to address Outlook archives or PST files in a more efficient manner," said Dave Hunt, CEO of C2C. "Our solution greatly automates the process of finding and migrating these files, and offers further service opportunities."

In addition to making this release available to service providers, C2C has also announced rental pricing options which are suitable in cases where customers have accelerated migrations or where providers are paid for services versus licenses.

The architecture of C2C's PST Enterprise to migrate these large and ubiquitous archive files is unique: the product utilizes customers' in-place Exchange connections so that there is no additional staging or migration servers needed. This also eliminates the bottleneck problems inherent in other migration solutions.

Available immediately, C2C's PST Enterprise 3.0 has already powered a number of large Office 365 migrations at Fortune 500 companies. For more information, please visit: http://www.c2c.com/products/pst-enterprise.

About C2C:
Since 1992, four million users have deployed C2C's software for email and file archiving, e-discovery/e-disclosure, compliance management, legal forensics, and PST management within their Microsoft Exchange environments. For more information about the company and its products, visit www.c2c.com.

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