Is your ERP, production or enterprise file system filled with data and documents to the extent that their loss would seriously impair company operations? Are the systems’ response time and data backup duration becoming longer and longer? Do you need to archive to comply with legal or other regulations that specify the time for data and documents storage? IXTENT’s solution will provide the entire company with an electronic repository that complies with legislative requirements for electronic archiving.
Managed information storage away from production systems
Content archiving to an archive server represents a secure, scalable, and integrated solution for storage of all electronic data and documents (including archived data from ERP systems, e-mail servers, etc.). Access to such archived items within the high-capacity repository is managed by the archive server itself. The storage is transparent, both data and documents are stored in unalterable form. Retrieval and interconnection with production systems can be provided depending on the specific needs of the particular customer.
Archive Server Characteristics:
- archived content authenticity assurance;
- transparent, secure access to the archived content;
- preservation of detailed information about stored content for auditing purposes;
- data archiving according to legislative criteria (it is not possible to delete such data for a specified period of time, for example);
- encryption of data in the target storage (i.e., it will not be possible to read the storage medium outside the system);
- definition of archiving rules according to specific contents;
- significant reduction of demands on repository capacity;
- creation of individual folders or containers for subsystems storage;
- virtually unlimited rules for retention of stored data and documents;
- data compression for archiving;
- complementing the file database with index databases containing information such as file name and type, file path, etc.;
- simplification of automatic archiving functions and processes;
- timestamping of stored data to document the document’s existence at a given time, guaranteeing its intactness.
Read more about a compliance with the legislative framework for archiving.