CA Unveils Support for MS Vista, Servers, Office
CA is in the process of delivering records management, e-mail archiving and electronic data discovery software and services that will support the new capabilities of Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007.
In addition, the company formerly known as Computer Associates, based in Islandia, N.Y., announced Nov. 30 support for Windows Vista, 2007 Office and Exchange Server 2007 across its product lines.
Some of the support is already in placenamely in the risk management and compliance areas. The rest of the CA-Microsoft 2007 support will come out in increments over the next quarter, David Luft, CA senior vice president of development, told eWEEK.
By working natively with SharePoint Server 2007, CA software/services packages will enable IT administrators to centrally manage all SharePoint Server 2007-based information throughout its life-cycle, a CA spokesperson said.
The new CA solutions aim to minimize a wide range of litigation risks by fulfilling governance, retention and legal discovery requirements for all SharePoint Server 2007 information, the spokesperson said.
"Customers have to be as diligent about managing SharePoint [collaboration] information as they are about their Exchange Server [e-mail] environments," said Glenn Rhodes, vice president of product marketing at CA.
CA is coordinating development with Microsoft to create software/service packages for SharePoint Server that include:
CAs support for Vista, 2007 Office and Exchange Server 2007 encompasses its entire product line, the spokesperson said.
"CA has been at the forefront of Microsoft support since the earliest days of Windows," said Alan Nugent, executive vice president and chief technology officer for CA.
CA is coordinating development with Microsoft to create software/service packages for Vista and Office 2007 that include:
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