Star Storage launches SEAL Content Library Connector for SharePoint

Star Storage launches SEAL Content Library Connector for SharePoint
Solution combines power of business productivity with management of active content

Elly Yates-Roberts |

Global technology provider Star Storage has launched a new release of its SEAL Content Library Connector for SharePoint, which provides content offloading, consolidation and advanced records management.

Using the solution, companies struggling with high costs generated by the exponential growth of unstructured content will be able to dispose of surplus information and have SharePoint content offloaded and securely stored in SEAL as part of a unified information governance and records management strategy.

Enterprise customers can use the solution to properly manage regulated content as part of a Unified Information Governance strategy by copying relevant business metadata in the unified repository provided by SEAL.

“We are committed to our ambitions to be permanently ahead customer needs delivering state-of-the-art solutions to increase business productivity and compliance while reducing costs,” said Catalin Paunescu, CEO of Star Storage. “Top companies around the world are facing every day challenges around managing islands of information spread in SharePoint sites and related SQL databases translated into high IT management costs including expensive storage and unnecessary back-ups. Customers using SEAL Content Library Connector for SharePoint will typically benefit from an 80% reduction of SharePoint backups by moving fixed content in a unified compliant repository and by leveraging redundant and obsolete content deduplication or digital shredding.”

In addition to the benefits for the IT department, the content managed by SharePoint can be unlocked and made available to the entire organisation based of a unified information governance policy companywide with extra advantages both for business users and for the compliance department.

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