News : Mimosa Systems Signs 1,000th Customer
Santa Clara, California January 5, 2010 -- Mimosa Systems, the provider in email archiving, file archiving and SharePoint archiving solutions, announces the addition of its 1,000th customer for Mimosa NearPointTM, resulting in a 43 percent growth rate in customers for the year. This milestone marks the conclusion of a record-breaking year for Mimosa, as organizations across multiple vertical industries – including state and local government, healthcare, financial, and energy adopt NearPoint for its unified approach to efficient email, file and SharePoint content archiving, eDiscovery legal hold, compliance readiness and storage optimization.
"In 2009, IT buyers only invested in solutions with tangible and discernible benefits," said Brian Babineau, senior analyst with Enterprise Strategy Group. "Mimosa's expansion proves that organizations find tremendous value in archiving content for electronic discovery, compliance, and IT efficiency reasons. It also demonstrates that customers are able to achieve these goals with Mimosa's comprehensive portfolio and unique underlying technology architecture."
The Department of Technology and Information for the State of Delaware archives more than 18,000 email users in all offices and government agencies of the state. "As part of our self mandated state litigation retention policy, we are currently saving all emails for a one-year period," said Douglas Lilly, lead telecom technologist, Department of Technology and Information for the State of Delaware. "While we had a backup solution already, it wasn't robust enough for our eDiscovery search and recovery needs. We needed a more proactive approach that could capture everything including calendar items, messages, tasks and item histories. After looking at all the large players, we selected Mimosa because it was the only unified solution for eDiscovery, storage optimization and disaster recovery."
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Published: Wednesday, January 8, 2014