Princeton Softech announced general availability of Princeton Softech's Archive for Servers 5.2. This new release enables companies to meet and exceed all audit, reporting, business and legislative compliance requirements for complex relational database content that is archived and managed by EMC Centera Compliance Edition content addressed storage (CAS), while providing safe and secure access to archived data.
Princeton Softech's Active Archive Solutions lead the database archiving market, providing solutions that can leverage the data retention compliance capabilities of EMC Centera. The new compliance capabilities in Archive for Servers include support for Centera Compliance Edition's retention enforcement features, which enable users to set hardened retention periods on electronic records. The retention periods are specified in Archive for Servers and EMC Centera enforces the data retention period in the storage environment.
Companies need the flexibility to manage enterprise data optimally throughout the data life cycle to match evolving business requirements. For example, business requirements differ for "current" and "historical" data. Current data requires maximum performance and availability. In contrast, historical data must also be easily accessible, but authenticity, long-term retention and lower cost are also key factors in determining the best method for data retention. Archive for Servers 5.2 provides the full spectrum of options for optimal data lifecycle management.
Based on regulatory and legislative requirements, IT organizations must develop a plan for managing and retaining data for as long as it is required, and then disposing of the data when it is no longer needed. Archive for Servers provides proven technology for managing the accumulation of data within enterprise application databases and ensures compliance with data retention requirements, while providing responsive access to the archived data stored on EMC Centera.
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