Tuesday, February 9, 2010

EntropySoft, the Enterprise connectivity leader, releases a new Symantec Enterprise Vault connector

EntropySoft, the global leader for Enterprise connectivity, released today a Symantec Enterprise Vault connector. By making available an Enterprise Vault connector, EntropySoft is increasing again its unrivalled interoperability capacities and the attractiveness of its product offer.

The Enterprise Vault connector has read/write capacities. Software vendors, IT Services companies or large organizations can use the new EntropySoft connector to work with the existing contents of the Enterprise Vault repository or add new content coming from other content silos using a CMIS interface.

For example, the connector facilitates the archiving of additional content coming from different sources, especially enterprise application repositories. This connector extends the reach of Symantec Enterprise Vault. Companies can archive more content in their Symantec archiving platform. The connector also makes easier the integration of applications working with Enterprise Vault content.

“For five years, we have been working continuously to make interoperability increasingly simpler” said Nicolas Maquaire, CEO and co-founder of EntropySoft. “By adding a 36th enterprise connector to our list, we are getting closer to our goal. CMIS-compatibility of all our connectors will send the right signal to large and medium-sized companies that are struggling with non-compatible content repositories. Working with unstructured content coming from various applications has never been so easy!”

The EntropySoft Enterprise Vault connector works with the Enterprise Vault API. The connector is actually an independent library. The EntropySoft Enterprise Vault connector allows the creation of archives and items, retrieval of directory, sites, vaults, archives and items and deletions of items.

Like all EntropySoft connectors, the Enterprise Vault connector will be CMIS-compliant as soon as the standard becomes available. This is especially valuable to organizations who want to comply with this emerging standard and IT Services companies answering RFPs including CMIS compliance.

The Enterprise Vault connector is designed to be easily integrated in third-party applications and is built with the same API as the 35 other EntropySoft connectors. It can also be used in conjunction with EntropySoft’s two other ground-breaking products, content hub and Content ETL.

EntropySoft’s content hub provides a single entry point to access all content-centric applications, either on-premise or in-the-cloud. The hub is CMIS-compliant, offering unique normalized connectivity to a large number (36) of content repositories. By adding an Enterprise Vault connector to its existing collection of connectors, EntropySoft increases the usefulness of the content hub by adding yet another source for all operations (search, e-discovery…).

The Enterprise Vault connector, used in conjunction with Content ETL connected to other content repositories, offers a turnkey solution to move content between any content-centric application and Enterprise Vault. Large organizations are using Content ETL to automate their records creation. Content ETL can also be used for cloud repository synchronization, transfer of content for records management, as well as day-to-day content transfers and migrations.

EntropySoft is the world’s leading connector supplier. It has more than 35 read/write enterprise connectors for unstructured data, possibly the largest connectivity offer on the market. The extensive support of features and the sheer size of the connector portfolio make EntropySoft technology perfect OEM material for many software industries.
The quality and breadth of connectivity is increasingly important for software analysts in many markets. Relying on a connector factory such as EntropySoft is synonymous with quality and expertise,

By using EntropySoft enterprise connectors, software vendors and IT services companies get immediate access to up to 36 additional repositories. Moreover, EntropySoft partners benefit from in-depth expertise on the same content-centric systems, so as to facilitate their proof-of-concepts and roll-out.

All major Enterprise Content Management Systems are present in EntropySoft’s portfolio: Microsoft SharePoint, EMC Documentum Content Server, IBM FileNet P8, Interwoven TeamSite, Alfresco and more. All connectors have been fully tested on large implementations in critical business projects.

EntropySoft brings Content Management Intelligence to its customers.

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