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Mimosa Systems to Present Session on Records and Storage Management

Mimosa Expert and Microsoft MVP to Share the Differences Between a Records Archive and SharePoint 2010 In-Place Records

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Attention:  Technology writers and editors

What:       Mimosa Systems expert and Microsoft MVP to present a session titled, “Records and Storage     Management with SharePoint 2010”

Who:        Presented by Martin Tuip, Senior Technical Product Marketing Manager, Mimosa Systems, author of  www.archiving101.com, and nine-time Microsoft MVP for Exchange Server

When:      October 21, 2009 at 9:00 – 10:15 a.m.

Where:    Microsoft SharePoint Conference 2009
(Surf 2 Conference Room)
Mandalay Bay Convention Center
Las Vegas, NV

Members of the media are invited to attend the Microsoft SharePoint Conference 2009 breakout session titled, “Records and Storage Management with SharePoint 2010” to learn about the differences between a records archive and SharePoint 2010 in-place records and the benefits of archiving and eDiscovery leveraging unified data capture.

“Prior to Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010, records were managed by creating a Records Center site to serve as an archive, then copying documents to the archive when they became records,” said Tuip. “Whether a document was a record or not was determined by whether it lived in the records archive or elsewhere.  With SharePoint Server 2010, you will now be able to manage records in an archive, or you can manage records in the same document repository as active documents.”

During the session, Tuip will discuss the Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010 in-place approach. With this approach when a document has been declared as a record, the record remains in place, but Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010 now manages it as a record. This process will be compared with a SharePoint records archive and its ability to support eDiscovery processes through unified data capture.

Martin Tuip has more than a decade of IT experience. He started out his IT career in system administration, but has focused mostly on archiving and compliance products. He is the webmaster of a few resource sites for Exchange and SharePoint and as well is the owner of some of the world's largest user communities for these products and writes on one of the few archiving software dedicated blogs at www.archiving101.com. Martin is a published author, a nine-time Microsoft MVP for Exchange Server. He currently works as the Senior Technical Product Marketing Manager for Mimosa Systems.

Editorial Opportunities
Company executives and leading email archiving experts are also available during the conference to discuss technology and trends in SharePoint archiving, eDiscovery, regulatory compliance, business continuity, and storage optimization.

Mimosa will be demonstrating the Mimosa NearPoint for SharePoint archiving solution at the Microsoft SharePoint Conference 2009, booth No. 607.

About Mimosa NearPoint
Mimosa NearPoint addresses critical customer requirements around archiving, eDiscovery, regulatory compliance, business continuity, and storage optimization in a unified solution. Mimosa NearPoint proactively captures email, files, SharePoint content and instant messages; and provides legal search workflow, employee supervision, immediate mailbox and message recovery, disaster recovery, and self-service search and access in one solution. By leveraging cost-effective storage and advanced classification rules, NearPoint also optimizes content storage and reduces overall infrastructure costs.

About Mimosa
Mimosa Systems, Inc. delivers next-generation email, file and SharePoint archiving solutions for information immediacy, discovery, and continuity. Mimosa NearPoint is the industry’s most comprehensive unstructured information management software solution for email, files, collaboration systems and instant messages, enabling archiving, eDiscovery, storage management, and recovery in a unified solution. Mimosa is a Microsoft Gold Certified Partner, recognized for its competencies in networking infrastructure solutions, ISV/software solutions, and advanced infrastructure solutions. For more information, visit http://www.mimosasystems.com.

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3200 Coronado Drive
Santa Clara, California  95054
www.MimosaSystems.com
408.970.9070

Mimosa, Mimosa Systems, and Mimosa NearPoint are trademarks of Mimosa Systems, Inc. All other product and company names herein may be trademarks of their registered owners.

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Joe Austin is Vice President, Client Relations, at Ventana Public Relations. He joined Ventana PR in 2006 with more than 14 years experience in high-tech strategic communications. His media relations experience spans both broadcast and print, and he maintains longstanding relationships with editors and reporters at business, IT, channel, and vertical publications. Austin's relationship with the media includes marquee outlets including CNN, BusinessWeek, USA Today, Bloomberg, and the Associated Press for clients ranging from startups to billion-dollar enterprises. Experience includes working with Maxell, McDATA (Acquired by Brocade), Center for Internet Security, Securent (Acquired by Cisco), Intrepidus Group/PhishMe, FireEye, Mimosa Systems, Xiotech, MOLI.com, EMC/Rainfinity, Spinnaker Networks (Acquired by NetApp), ONStor, Nexsan, Asigra, Avamar (Acquired by EMC), BakBone Software, Dot Hill, SANRAD, Open-E and others. With more than a decade of strategic planning, media tours, press conferences, and media/analyst relations for companies in the data storage, security, server virtualization, IT outsourcing and networking arenas, Austin's domain expertise assists in positioning clients for leadership. Austin was recently recognized as a “Top Tech Communicator” for the second year in a row by PRSourceCode. The editorial community – represented by more than 300 participating IT journalists – rated each winner based on best overall performance and recognized those who added the most value to their editorial processes in terms of responsiveness, reliability, and overall understanding of editorial needs.