Metalogix’s Replicator for SharePoint 5.0 Adds Adaptive Replication, Improves Compression

Update addresses needs of multi-server SharePoint environments, helps reduce network overhead costs.

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Metalogix Software, a provider of content lifecycle management solutions for Microsoft SharePoint, Exchange, and cloud platforms, has released its Metalogix Replicator for SharePoint 5.0. The new version meets the operational needs of multi-server SharePoint infrastructures that need the synchronization of content or immediate failover availability at wire speed for disaster recovery.

In March, Metalogix acquired Syntergy’s SharePoint business, including Replicator for SharePoint, a Web-based solution used to synchronize and manage business intelligence in real time across multiple SharePoint environments. Replicator for SharePoint provides for two-way data synchronization by replicating content and settings back and forth between server farms, even if they are not identical.

Replicator for SharePoint 5.0 features improved compression that reduces network overhead costs and gives organizations with multiple SharePoint servers uninterrupted access to content that enhances employee productivity and efficiency and improves company performance globally.

The release of Replicator for SharePoint 5.0 includes several new features including adaptive replication, which provides changing environments, especially military installations, with fast access to their SharePoint. The solution automatically adapts to changing network conditions and allows prioritization of specific content to identify and use the most efficient route based on user-specific criteria. Adaptive replication also minimizes network traffic through its micro-messaging system.

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