DataParser has released another module for general availability. Microsoft’s Yammer is now supported.
Millbrook, NY – 17a-4 has developed a module of DataParser to support Microsoft’s Yammer. DataParser is 17a-4’s on-premise middleware solution to collect, format and deliver regulated data sources to an archive for retention. Yammer is a best-in-class, secure, and private enterprise social network that lets users communicate, share files and work in groups organized by project or topic. The Yammer DataParser is now available.
DataParser leverages Yammer’s Data Export API to collect messages, users, topics, files, notes and groups. The Yammer module of the DataParser ensures messaging compliance just as with Microsoft Skype for Business, Cisco Jabber, Thomson Reuters Eikon Messenger, Bloomberg, HipChat, FactSet and other supported data sources.
DataParser has no impact on the collected data source networks or destination archives; chat users’ activities are not disrupted by the DataParser’s processes and compliance officers do not have to make changes to eDiscovery procedures. The DataParser’s design allows for integration with Active Directory to specify users or types of messaging to be collected. Multiple configurations are supported for more complex environments. All major archiving technologies are supported allowing clients to leverage in house resources and keep compliance costs to a minimum. VMs are supported, including AWS and Azure. Message delivery options include the ability to send into an archive, to a file location or a mailbox in Exchange or 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.