AccessData and dtSearch Team Up for Connectors

July 9, 2012

Market Watch recently published the news release “AccessData and dtSearch Announce New AccessData Offering of Connector Libraries for Developers Using the dtSearch Engine.” The article discusses a new text indexing solution that repackages eDiscovery product lines with robust and flexible data connectors.

According to the article, these connectors are currently available for Microsoft Exchange – any user mailbox; Symantec Enterprise Vault (Exchange) – archived Exchange user mailboxes; Oracle URM – all documents. There are also plans to include other content repositories in the near future.

When discussing the new data connectors, Devin Krugly, VP of Marketing and Business Development at AccessData explains:

“These data connectors are purpose-built to integrate with dtSearch technology and allow for full text indexing of a repository’s content. These indexes can then be used to support a wide variety of business solutions including records management, information governance, internal investigations, audit and e-discovery. The harmony of the AccessData connector packages along with the broad data and fielded search options of dtSearch make this OEM offering a malleable addition for solutions of all sizes.”

Based on the expertise that both companies independently bring to the table, I am excited to see what this product brings to the enterprise search industry.

Jasmine Ashton, July 9, 2012

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