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DataParser Supported Archives, Storage and eDiscovery systems

There is no need to add another archive with DataParser.
Use your existing archive, compliance polices and eDiscovery procedures.

Multiple destinations?  No problem.  DataParser can output to any number of locations.  Send your chats to the archive, videos to storage and select users to your Supervision platform.  It’s all possible and easily deployed with DataParser.

Why Archive?

Technology is key to today’s workforce. Leveraging instant messaging and collaboration platforms, users can connect, schedule, meet, chat, call, share, document and more. These communication tools help us work efficiently and collaboratively. The modern day “office” is, wherever we are! Location is no longer an obstacle to communication. While this is great progress for the workforce bringing with it many benefits to productivity and work life balance, it does pose a problem for HR, IT, Legal and Compliance teams that need to manage remote workers and all these new data sources.

Archiving has a become a standard workplace practice. Whether it be for monitoring employee activities, complying to industry regulations or managing legal matters, archiving business communications and records is an integral part of risk management. Financial firms have a longer history of compliance regulations that have required archiving and supervision of various types of books and records. As other industries transition to remote work, they are adopting many of the same policies used in financial firms to ensure their corporate data is being properly managed.

DataParser is the only connector or middleware technology that works with any archive on the market. With multiple options for deployment and delivery, with DataParser you use your existing archive program. Bring all your data into a unified archive to be managed with existing policies and procedures.

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If you are using an archive not listed and would like to initiate testing to confirm support, please get in contact with the name of the archive and any known available ingestion methods. DataParser can send data to archives directly using SMTP, via a journal mailbox or to file location for pickup. Typically, one of these methods is already supported by most archives on the market.