17a-4 has enhanced the DataParser for Jabber’s features to support the archiving of file transfers. The new feature of the Jabber module supports capture of all files transferred in IMs, Multi-Party Chats and Persistent or Group Chat Rooms.
2/19/15 – Millbrook, NY – The DataParser for Jabber has added support for file archiving. The DataParser was designed to capture and format messaging and database content to create a normalized archive structure and enable compliance and discovery. Cisco’s Unified Communications solution provides for advanced, integrated enterprise wide communication enabling users to work effectively and efficiently. The Jabber module of the DataParser collects IMs, Chats, and Group Chat room conversations. The new feature of the Jabber module allows for the collection of files that are sent between users.
17a-4’s DataParser has a modular design to collect many types of data streams, messaging and database content for formatting and archive ingestion to enable a unified compliance policy and procedure. The Jabber module leverages the Postgre SQL or Oracle database through Open Data Base Connectivity (ODBC) to allow for the collection and formatting of Jabber data. The DataParser can pull from any number of servers and can use Active Directory filters to capture specific user groups. The DataParser integrates with all major email archives on the market, allowing for in house resources to be leveraged and compliance costs to be minimized. A compliant archive with unified content offers optimal policy management, e-discovery procedures and can enable disposition rules that lessen storage concerns.
Organizations are now using anytime, anywhere collaboration capabilities to substantially improve business agility and enhance productivity. Cisco’s Unified Presence solution provides for advanced, integrated enterprise wide communication enabling users to work effectively and efficiently. Cisco Jabber delivers highly secure, clear, and reliable communications. Clients can leverage the DataParser to bring their Jabber communications into compliance.