EMC discovers Kazeon Systems

EMC discovers Kazeon Systems

September 4, 2009:Ediscovery specialist Kazeon Systems is the latest acquisition for EMC which will add the company's litigation support solutions to its SourceOne product suite.

Kazeon allows organizations to quickly and reliably identify, preserve, collect, process, analyze and review information in accordance with the widely accepted EDRM (Electronic Discovery Reference Model) framework.

It is able to handle Electronically Stored Information (ESI) that resides anywhere in the enterprise environment -- including content on laptops, desktops, content management repositories (including, EMC Documentum), Microsoft SharePoint and Exchange, Lotus Domino, email archives and file shares.

The Kazeon offering is available as an appliance, enabling quick deployment, as well as providing fine-grained analytics, including concept-based search and analysis, and offering a collaborative review platform for distributed reviewers.

Andrew Cohen, Vice President and General Manager of EMC's eDiscovery Business. "It no longer makes sense to collect an over-sized set of content by reactively gathering physical media, such as hard drives and backup tapes. Organizations can save significant money by intelligently indexing and finding just the relevant information, and then collecting it in forensically sound and secure ways, all in-house."

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