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C2C Enables Fortune 1000 Clients to Discover and Dispose of "Dark Data" Hidden in Microsoft Exchange PST Files

PST Enterprise Enhanced to Automate PST Discovery and Disposition Across Large Enterprises

WESTBOROUGH, MA -- (Marketwired) -- 05/08/13 -- C2C, a leading provider of email archiving and information management solutions, announced today that its new release of PST Enterprise now offers enhanced discovery and disposition features for enterprise clients. The new release is a result of recent projects with several Fortune 1000 clients and offers enhancements designed to satisfy enterprise-level client requirements for eliminating the risk of difficult-to-discover data.

"Companies looking to consolidate storage, improve compliance and streamline e-discovery, utilize cloud technologies for information management, or migrate to Office 365 have discovered a huge problem -- the 'dark data' of PST files," said Dave Hunt, CEO of C2C. "Large companies are typically shocked when they find upwards of hundreds of thousands of email container files (PST files) which need some level of interrogation, management and ingestion, and their IT projects grind to a halt. Companies who try to do this using manpower alone are quickly overwhelmed by the inherent complexities of PST management. These are exactly the problems that our latest PST Enterprise release has been engineered to solve."

In Fortune 1000 companies, the problem is even more acute, due to the sheer number of files as well as the multiple servers, locations, and remote users these companies typically support. PST Enterprise 2.4, C2C's standalone product designed to identify, migrate, and ultimately eliminate PST files, is able to query all the enterprise's servers and laptops, and automatically apply retention policies to emails within PST files in advance of migrating or moving these files. New automation, batch scheduling to avoid peak network hours and streamlined deployment features allow the product to easily integrate with the typical complexities of a large Enterprise environment and to support the many nuances of an Enterprise wide PST management or elimination process.

Available now, C2C's PST Enterprise v2.4 is a highly automated solution that provides the control, auditing, and selective migration features which Microsoft's PST Capture tool lacks. More about PST Enterprise can be found on C2C's website at http://us.c2c.com/products/pst-enterprise.

About C2C

Since 1992, four million users have deployed C2C's software for email and file archiving, e-discovery/e-disclosure, compliance management, legal forensics, and PST management within their Microsoft Exchange environments. For more information about the company and its products, visit www.c2c.com or www.c2c.co.uk.

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