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Compliance doesn't have to be complex. Capture high-volume, enterprise information along with process driven data; reducing storage costs, and driving retention and disposition anywhere - on-premise, in the cloud or hybrid – Archive Center product.
Unstructured data volume growth continues to plague enterprises with high storage costs, increased legal and business risks, not to mention the operational overhead and associated human cost. As a result more businesses are looking to hosted or cloud-based archiving to offload lead applications and servers, and reduce costs around securing and managing their unstructured data.
OpenText Archive Center is a highly scalable, multi-tenant archive helping organizations manage the explosion of unstructured data (eg. email and files) while ensuring it is cost effectively and securely stored in the cloud, on premise or as a hybrid. End users access data from anywhere—online, offline or mobile—and it’s completely stub-free and transparent. Business administration features provides a broad set of archive and retention management capabilities along with system reporting, legal hold and export.
OpenText Archive Center is ranked 9th in File Archiving while Veritas Enterprise Vault is ranked 3rd in File Archiving with 3 reviews. OpenText Archive Center is rated 0.0, while Veritas Enterprise Vault is rated 8.6. On the other hand, the top reviewer of Veritas Enterprise Vault writes "Good query vault, scalable, stable, with quick responding support". OpenText Archive Center is most compared with OpenText InfoArchive, whereas Veritas Enterprise Vault is most compared with Commvault, Microsoft Exchange, Proofpoint Enterprise Archive, Barracuda Essentials and Google Vault.
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