New Version of Transvault Sprint Further Accelerates Migration Startup Via Progressive Live Trial Capability
Much-Anticipated Enhancements to Proven Migration Solution Eases Road-Testing for Prospective Customers
Clevedon, UK (April 20, 2016) – Transvault, the world leader in email archive migrations, today announced the highly anticipated next release of Trasvault Sprint, an advanced and vastly progressive solution for intuitively migrating email archives.
Featuring enhancements to migration scheduling and new configuration options, Transvault Sprint v3.2 is set to significantly improve the overall migration experience for engineers and their enterprise customers. Additionally this release features a new slick licensing capability that makes it even easier for organizations to check in advance how easily and how quickly their legacy archives will migrate.
Steve Dagless, director of product management for Transvault, comments, “We live in a ‘Try and Buy’ world so it made sense to model Transvault Sprint in a manner that delivers a seamless introductory experience for all users.”
The underlying health and structure of an organization’s legacy email archive can turn a migration from being one that is easy in theory, yet complex in practice. This new version of Transvault Sprint can be used by prospective customers to effectively trial run a migration using all their archived data – without changing anything or worry over their systems being compromised. Furthermore, users can also move a significant sample of their data to Microsoft Office 365 at no cost.
Dagless continued, “Transvault Sprint’s new licensing service means enterprises can run a live trial that will forewarn them of any data issues and give them an in-depth understanding of the project ahead. Quite simply, customers get an advanced look-see into their proposed migration that will ensure data sanctity and a successful, well-documented completion – marking this version of Transvault Sprint a real game-changer in the email archive migration market.”
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