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Veritas Enterprise Vault – Product Brief

Last updated September 8th, 2019 for additions to the EvaluScale table. Concise 5-page overview of archive software product Veritas Enterprise Vault. Covers usage, highlights, potential, and commentary on strengths/weaknesses.

Veritas Enterprise Vault was first introduced in 1997 as software for digital archiving. Over the years it has grown into what Veritas now promotes as the Veritas Enterprise Vault Suite. Although components can still be licensed individually, it is more cost-effective to license the software as a Suite if many of the functions are required. The Suite can be licensed per-user or by subscription.

Six functional areas define the Suite:

  • Archiving agents
  • Classification
  • Records Management
  • File Governance
  • Supervision
  • Discovery

Three specialized modules are available:

  • Information Classifier
  • Compliance Accelerator
  • Discovery Accelerator

Archiving agents are available for more than 80 content sources natively or via partners, including the following:

  • Email: Microsoft Exchange Server, Outlook,
    IBM Domino
  • File systems: Windows, NetApp, Isilon, and other
    CIFS (Common Internet File System) devices
  • Applications and database: Microsoft Office, SQL Server
  • Work group communications: Microsoft SharePoint and Skype for Business
  • Social media: Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter
  • Printers and faxes: Devices that support SMTP (Simple Mail Transport Protocol)
  • Image archiving: Via OCR (Optical Character Recognition)

Veritas Enterprise Vault Product Brief includes:

  • Overview
  • Highlights
  • Usage
  • EvaluScale Table
  • Evaluator Group’s Opinion
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