The Latest Jatheon News
Product and Solution Information, Press Releases, Announcements
|Jatheon Announces Next-Generation Email Archiving Solutions|
|Posted: Wed May 20, 2009 09:48:00 AM|
The New Plug N Comply Email Archiving Appliances Provide Simplified Archiving and Management Yet the Ultimate in Regulatory Compliance and E-Discovery Requirements for SMB, Enterprise, Education, Government
NOVI, MI and TORONTO--(Marketwire - May 5, 2009) - Jatheon Technologies, a leading provider of email archiving technology, announced today the launch of its next generation Plug N Comply email archiving appliances. The ultimate in price-performance solutions for the archiving community, while simplifying the complex and rudimentary task of managing and complying with e-discovery requirements. Capitalizing on its superior archiving, search and compression technology, Jatheon has redefined the email archiving market with the best price-performance solutions available at all user levels.
"We've been the best kept secret in archiving for far too long and with our new family of products we are breaking down all the barriers to deploying email archiving solutions by making the best technology affordable to all users," said Kieron Dowling, President and CEO of Jatheon Technologies. "Our partners will find our solutions easier to specify and the ideal solution for their customers' needs."
The new Jatheon PnC product line offers affordable solutions for small, medium and large enterprises, as well as specific products for the education and government market sectors.
New features include:
-- Enhanced feature set and user interface
-- Enhanced hardware configuration including faster processing
-- RAID configuration across full product line with battery back
-- Increased storage availability ranging from 700GB to 27TB virtual
"Jatheon is the clear winner in price and performance for my customers...our only issue has been awareness," said Anthony James, Director of Sales, Mitten Technologies, a Jatheon partner. "With the new product line, convincing our clients to spend less for more should be a relatively easy exercise."