Advanced compression technology to reduce Microsoft Exchange storage requirements by 50% or more.
Email attachments account for as much as 80% of the Exchange Information Store but, with compression technologies capable of reducing them by as much as 90%, MaX Compression can reduce Microsoft Exchange storage requirements by over 50% or more. Enterprise level compression provides immediate and incremental benefits to any Exchange environment. It is simple to install and configure and is completely transparent in Outlook.
ROI greater than 36:1;
Reduce Exchange storage & support costs
Microsoft Exchange storage reduction
Improve Exchange server performance
Improve transmission times & eliminate network bottlenecks
Maintain end user work processes
Maximize MaX Compression benefits
There are 3 components within MaX Compression. They can be used independently, to target specific problems, or together, for MaX benefits.
MaX Compression Client
An industry standard auto-zip/unzip tool integrated with Outlook and invisible to the end user.
MaX Compression Server
Compression of existing data in the Microsoft Exchange Information Stores
MaX Compression Outlook Web Access (OWA)
Similar to MaX Compression Client, but for OWA. This is of particular benefit to remote end users with slow connections.
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