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DataParser version 7.1 is now in BETA release

November 20, 2013

The DataParser software is now available from 17a-4 in Beta Version 7.1 for select modules.  Clients can now test the DataParser v7.1.

November 20, 2013 Millbrook, NY — 17a-4 llc has released the latest version of their DataParser software for compliance archiving and e-Discovery.   The DataParser captures e-messaging, data streams and database content and formats as an email so that institutions can leverage their email archive for all content types.  The DataParser greatly simplifies the challenging process of managing legal holds and productions across the many platforms that institutions use to conduct business.  It currently supports Bloomberg, BlackBerry, Microsoft Lync, Lync Online, Cisco Jabber, SharePoint, SQL content and many other interfaces.  Among the many new features in v7.1 is the incorporation of Active Directory filtering which allows message streams to selectively archive Lync and Jabber messages into appropriate archive folders and to add custom meta-data information so that holds and e-Discovery searches can be better targeted.

“DataParser v7.1 extends our ability to filter content streams and add appropriate meta-data information,” says Stefen Roebke, Senior Software Engineer and Developer.  “The worst time to find out that you cannot selectively pull responsive content from your archive is when you have a tight timeframe from either a regulator or outside counsel.”

“By incorporating Active Directory and metadata tagging,” adds Charles Weeden, Managing Partner, “we provide the tools so that legal and compliance teams can create a detailed archival map (specification) of discoverable content.  We believe every institution should review this map once a year and incorporate into it all new technologies that facilitate their business.”

As a middle-ware software product, the DataParser integrates easily into many different archive architectures and configurations.  It is designed to work with an in house or outsourced archive to leverage existing infrastructures.  Typical on-premise archives include EMC’s SourceOne, Symantec’s Enterprise Vault and CommVault.  Common cloud archive integrations include Autonomy’s ACA, Smarsh and Symantec’s Enterprise Vault.Cloud.  Clients can now request the latest version for testing.