Nuix to Demonstrate Migration Innovations at MEC 2014
Nuix to Demonstrate Migration Innovations for Microsoft Office 365 and Exchange at MEC 2014
San Francisco – Wednesday March 26, 2014 - Nuix, a worldwide provider of information management technologies, will be exhibiting at the Microsoft Exchange Conference (MEC) 2014 held in Austin, Texas from March 31st to April 2nd. MEC 2014 is a global event for Microsoft Exchange professionals to learn best practices for Office 365 and Exchange 2013.
Nuix Intelligent Migration will be at booth #207 speaking to attendees about its unique new cloud migration software technology that allows organizations to migrate legacy repositories to Exchange and Office 365 faster and with less corruption.
“The Nuix Intelligent Migration ‘binary extraction’ approach to archive migration has already disrupted the market by eliminating slow, unreliable legacy archive APIs and dramatically accelerating migration timeframes,” said Rocco Seyboth, head of Nuix’s Intelligent Migration business. “Now we are changing the industry for the better again by eliminating some of the biggest roadblocks to the adoption of Office 365 and Exchange 2013.”
Nuix will demonstrate how it is possible to:
- Migrate more than 400 gigabytes of email per day to Office 365 (the maximum allowed with Exchange Web Services) with only one migration server, or terabytes per day to an on-premise Exchange 2013 server.
- Convert Lotus Notes, Google and GroupWise data and journal archives to Exchange mailbox archives automatically using a simple one-step approach.
- Leverage Microsoft’s Azure cloud platform to bypass slow internet connections and rapidly transfer data to Office 365.
- Integrate third party archives like Mimecast, Proofpoint and Symantec with Office 365 and Exchange on-premise.
"Intelligent Migration has been a great addition to our Office 365 migration approach,” said Matt Smith, Migration Architect with Planet Technologies, a leading Office 365 migration partner in North America and a Nuix premier migration partner. “We recently brought in Nuix for a large legacy archive migration to Office 365 and it was eight times faster than the API-based archive migration technology we had previously used.”