DataParser develops support for Symphony

17a-4 will be releasing support for Symphony. The Symphony DataParser is now in beta testing. 

17a-4 is developing a module of the DataParser to support Symphony.  The DataParser collects and formats regulated data sources for retention in a compliance archive.  Symphony offers a secure, cloud-based communications service that delivers the next wave in organizational productivity bringing users together to share content, insights and opinions without compromising on organizational compliance.  The Symphony DataParser is undergoing beta testing now.

The DataParser leverages Symphony’s automated Content Export.  The new module of the DataParser for Symphony will ensure messaging compliance just as with Microsoft Skype for Business, Cisco Jabber, Thomson Reuters Eikon Messenger, Bloomberg, InvestEdge, FactSet and other supported data sources.

The DataParser’s modular architecture provides an efficient platform to collect and control different sources of data for unified retention and supervision policies and procedures.  Designed to integrate easily into any existing infrastructure, the DataParser has various delivery options that can run in multiple configurations for more complex environments.  All major archiving technologies are supported allowing clients to leverage in house resources and keep compliance costs to a minimum.  Delivery options include the ability to send messages directly into an archive, to a file location or into Exchange/Office 365.  The DataParser can also deliver to the third-party data endpoint for clients using Security & Compliance retention features in Office 365.

17a-4 is continually developing new modules and enhancing DataParser features and available options for all supported platforms.  Clients can request specific modules and features be added to the roadmap.

For more information about 17a-4’s DataParser for Symphony visit 17a-4.com.


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