Network Appliance Certifies DocuWare 5.1 for SnapLock Technology1 Aug, 2007
Network Appliance Certifies DocuWare 5.1 for SnapLock Technology
Newburgh, NY - Network Appliance and DocuWare are cooperating. As part of this partnership, the specialist for Unified Storage Solutions has certified the seamless integration of the document management system with NetApp SnapLock storage technology. Critical company data can be stored - tamper-free and long-term - on hard disks.
Companies are increasingly confronted with strict legal regulations regarding the storage of documents. One possibility to archive, for example; documents, e-mail and files over many years, is provided with optical media like CD and DVD. Another route is offered by storage specialist Network Appliance and its SnapLock technology which generates WORM volumes on hard disks. With DocuWare 5.1 and NetApp SnapLock, users have a low-cost solution for the long-term storage of critical company data. It combines the advantages of document management such as the archiving of all kinds of documents, from a variety of sources, in one central document pool, with the high access speed provided by a hard disk, further enhanced by the security of a WORM medium.
To meet strict rules regarding revision security and to undermine any editing/deletion attempts, SnapLock software prevents write/delete processes on hard disk-based NetApp storage systems by one hundred percent. Retention schedules protect data long-term but can be limited according to a time schedule. WORM status is then deleted at the end of an interval as defined by a user.
For many customers, the seamless integration of a Document Management Solution within other applications and products is an important purchasing criteria. The certification of DocuWare 5.1 by Network Appliance underscores once again the integration abilities of this integrated document management software.