Idera Announces New SharePoint migration suite
Enables Ongoing Content Organization to Improve Usability and Efficiency and Accelerated Migration to SharePoint 2010
HOUSTON – May 10, 2010 –
Idera, a leading provider of Microsoft SharePoint management and administration tools, today announced its new SharePoint migration suite™. Designed to go above and beyond traditional “single-shot” migration solutions, the suite provides SharePoint administrators and users with powerful multi-use content organization tools. These tools enable administrators to organize SharePoint content on an ongoing basis, improving search efficiency, usability, manageability and compliance, as well as ensuring an accelerated migration to SharePoint 2010. The Idera SharePoint migration suite consists of the following products:
SharePoint information architect – Captures the architecture of a SharePoint farm, enabling administrators to visualize the structure and edit it using a powerful graphical editor. Changes can then be quickly and easily deployed to a production environment.
SharePoint content organizer - Enables SharePoint administrators and users to organize their content in bulk. Users can apply metadata and relocate files anywhere in SharePoint with just a few clicks.
SharePoint migration manager - Enables SharePoint administrators to move or copy content between SharePoint servers and bulk load files into SharePoint while retaining critical content characteristics such as document properties, column values and version history. Supports migration from and between SharePoint 2003, 2007 and 2010.
“Idera’s SharePoint migration suite provides the next generation solution for SharePoint content migration by enabling administrators and users to architect and organize their content not only as they migrate, but on an ongoing basis,” said Rick Pleczko, President and CEO of Idera. “This ensures that content is always easily accessible and compliant with organizational standards and that SharePoint 2010 deployments start with a fresh, clean architecture.”