GCI PowerTools for Archiving

Do you work in a regulated industry or has your organization been using OpenText Content Server for a number of years? If so, then it is likely that you have large numbers of completed workflows or audit trail metadata that are clogging up your Content Server database and causing you a potential legal liability.

Key Features

Readily extract and archive audit and workflow data
Securely archive eSign workflows and attachments
Securely store archived content in an unmodifiable format
Reduces the size of Content Server’s underlying database
Decommissioning of legacy systems
Apply records management retention and disposition policies to archived data

Eliminate legal liabilities

Content Server information such as workflows, electronic signature (eSign) workflows, and audit logs can be quickly archived and stored back into the repository enabling the application of records management retention and disposition policies. Any underlying database information is safely deleted, removing potential future legal liabilities.

Ready retrieval of archived content

Archives containing attachments, attributes, forms, comments, audit trails, and user information can be readily viewed in the browser using the provided views, or custom views can be created to present data back in any desired corporate layout. In the case of legal disputes or regulatory requests archived workflow and audit information can also be quickly searched for and retrieved.

Records management and retention schedules

Extracted objects are stored as individual documents within the GCI Archive volume. Using this approach, standard Content Server permissions and records management policies can be applied.

Improved Content Server performance

If your organization has large amounts of eSign workflows, or is required by regulatory authorities to keep workflow or audit data, then PowerTools for Archiving is the essential tool for maintaining the performance and integrity of your Content Server environment and improving end-user response times in areas such as workflow assignment.

Archiving OpenText Content Server Workflows and Audit Data with GCI PowerTools for Archiving

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