By ET Bureau - April 22, 2021 2 Mins Read
SWING Software has just released Seascape Flex — a new archiving and migration tool for old Lotus Notes Domino data.
Old IT systems are like old habits: both are difficult to change. Typically, a company declares that it has stopped investing in a particular platform, and their applications and data are going to be migrated by the end of the year. Two years later, remnants of the legacy infrastructure — applications, databases, and servers — are still there.
“It is not enough to offload databases and back them up. This is a common pitfall that companies fall into,” says Mario Pavic, SWING Software’s Head of Sales. “In the case of Lotus Notes Domino, it is not a good idea to retain historical data in the original NSF format, especially if this environment is being decommissioned.”
Here’s how Seascape Flex changes the way companies deal with their aged infrastructure:
With all historical data properly preserved in a scalable Seascape Flex archive, companies can freely decide on Lotus Notes and Domino replacement and IT modernization options.
The platform covers e entire enterprise technology space- including emerging technologies like RPA, AI, cloud, automation, and the entire gamut of digital transformation tools, strategies and management decisions.
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