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Andy Nash | 02 May 2014 | 22 comments

The Enterprise Vault team is excited to announce the general availability of Symantec Enterprise Vault™ 11. You can download the bits from Symantec File Connect here (https://fileconnect.symantec.com).

This highly anticipated release super charges Enterprise Vault, making it bigger, faster and better than ever before:

  • Bigger platform support - Introduction of a powerful IMAP capability to offer support for end user archiving from any email platform
  • Faster archive access - A new, modern end user search interface coupled with archive access via IMAP makes access to archived items easier than ever
  • Faster archive performance - Up to 20% faster archiving rates and up to 18x faster browsing of the archive via Fast Browse
  • Better control and manageability - More powerful PST Migration capabilities, including migration status dashboard, as well as Monitoring and Alerting enhancements via SCOM...
Andy Nash | 23 Jul 2014 | 3 comments

Enterprise Vault’s Exchange archiving agent uses the version of MAPI supplied with Outlook to communicate with Microsoft Exchange. Enterprise Vault currently supports Outlook 2007 only due to performance and reliability issues encountered with Outlook 2010. Since the introduction of Outlook 2013, Symantec and Microsoft have been working to certify a joint solution, but unfortunately issues were again uncovered. The good news is both companies understand the issues and are working on delivering a solution. The changes in Enterprise Vault to support Outlook 2013 are planned* to be delivered as part of Enterprise Vault 11.0.1 which is on schedule* to be available in CYQ4 2014. The changes are not planned to be made available with any previous version of Enterprise Vault so customers who need to replace Outlook 2007 on an Enterprise Vault server should prepare to upgrade to Enterprise Vault 11.0.1 to take advantage of the new capability.

Remember to check-out all the other great...

Andy Nash | 29 May 2014 | 0 comments

Our EV 11 overview webcast is now available to watch online... Join Shawn Aquino & I for a quick look at the new capabilities version 11 offers our Enterprise Vault software customers. See how EV 11 helps you access your archived information anywhere, solve PST migrations and reduce daily operational tasks by up-to 45%.

Follow this link to watch online...

https://symantecevents.verite.com/31153/241107

 

Andy Nash | 10 Apr 2014 | 0 comments

Today (10th April 2014) the world woke-up to the news that OpenSSL has a serious security vulnerability, with a catchy name "Heartbleed"

I'm sure you'd like to know Symantec's official view on the Enterprise Vault family of products.

You can read our offical response here:  http://www.symantec.com/docs/TECH216583

To put your mind at rest, all currently released versions are unaffected by this vulnerability.

 

 

  

Andy Nash | 01 Mar 2013 | 0 comments

I just wanted to give you an update on Enterprise Vault's Federal Information Processing Standard 140-2 (FIPS) compatibility. We've just updated the Enterprise Vault Compatibility Charts http://www.symantec.com/business/support/index?page=content&id=TECH38537 To indicate that EV 10.0.1 and above along with the existing EV 9.0.3 and above versions of the product are FIPS compatible.

What does this mean?

Any customer that requires a FIPS compatible version of EV can now upgrade to EV 10.0.1 or above (we'd always recommend the latest version available); if you're not aware of all the great EV 10 features, take a look at our why upgrade guide: http://www.symantec.com/business/support/index?page=content&id=DOC5617...

Alex Brown | 08 Feb 2013 | 1 comment

 

Sounds strange doesn't it? Exchange Journaling, the process used by thousands of Exchange customers all over the world to ensure that have a defensible and reliable eDiscovery position, has been called into question by... Microsoft!

So why would Microsoft state that Journaling is insecure?

Microsoft consider that any data that leaves Exchange is inherently insecure as it no longer resides in the Exchange store. On this basis, that’s any data not in the store: mailboxes in Outlook cached mode, messages viewed on many common mobile devices, OWA 2013 when it caches messages, PST files (yes we all know about PST's). The reality is that "insecure" really boils down to your security practices and perimeters, and your comfort with data extending beyond it.

The other side to this is handling the volumes of messages generated as a result of enabling Exchange Journaling; it can be substantial. Enterprise Vault has customers...

Symantec Corp. | 18 Dec 2012 | 8 comments

 

by Greg Muscarella, Senior Director, Product Management

Once again Gartner has named Symantec as a leader in the Enterprise Information Archiving magic quadrant.  We’ve continued to invest significantly in this market and it is gratifying to see the recognition for the continued effort we put into archiving both in the cloud and on premises with our Enterprise Vault.cloud and Enterprise Vault products. Symantec has now been rated a leader 9 years in a row.

 

This year marks a transition in a couple of regards.  We are seeing an acceleration of customers looking for the convenience and simplicity of SaaS based archiving solution...

Andy Nash | 07 Aug 2012 | 5 comments

Help us understand your needs and frustrations... 

The Symantec Enterprise Vault Product Management and Engineering teams are constantly striving to improve Enterprise Vault as a product as well as continuously improving your customer experience. As a result, we would like to invite you to give us your candid feedback by completing the survey below by August 31, 2012.

http://survey.confirmit.com/wix/p2166411212.aspx

Your feedback is very important to us; the results will drive toward an improved product, help guide product direction, and possibly result in new feature development. We estimate that the survey will only take 10 to 15 minutes to complete. To thank you for your time, where allowable by law and your organisation’s policies, we will be offering the first 120 customers to complete the...

Andy Nash | 31 May 2012 | 5 comments

 

We know that we have a lot of customers running Enterprise Vault 8 or earlier but are you aware of all the great new features, reliability and performance improvements our newer versions include?

To help you understand the features and benefits we've created an easy to read document to help you appreciate why upgrading makes good business sense. 

The document lists the new features by key benefit area, including “Get ready for the future", "Reduced total cost of ownership", and "Improved end-user experience". After you’ve read about all the improvements, we're sure you'll want to start an upgrade today! 

You can download the document from here: http://www.symantec.com/docs/DOC5617.

 

Glenn Martin | 28 Mar 2012 | 5 comments

We’re pleased to announce that Enterprise Vault 10.0.1 is now available, the release notes are here.

We initially released V10 last August and have seen steady demand from customers who have downloaded and upgraded in the previous six months. However, with this first service pack now available we expect more of our customers to start planning their upgrades to take advantage of the major improvements in V10 but also the various incremental changes & fixes that have been rolled up into EV10.0.1.

So let’s just review some of the benefits of upgrading to V10.0.1

 

Core Functionality

  • 64 bit Index Engine for greater performance & scalability
  • ...