REDWOOD CITY, Calif.Oct. 25, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — Actiance, the leader in communications compliance, archiving, and analytics, today announced its Safe Landing Program for customers of CA Technologies, which announced its plans to “end-of-life” (EOL) CA Data Protection (formerly Orchestria). The program, available now, will enable a smooth, cost-effective path for customers to migrate from CA Data Protection to Actiance Alcatraz, enabling modern eCommunications review capabilities while offering preservation and access to historical supervision data, previously managed by CA Data Protection.

According to CA Technologies, the “stabilization” of CA Data Protection went into effect July 27, 2017, meaning that there will be no future enhancements, versions, developments or service packs. The product will officially reach end-of-life on June 30, 2019, after which support will be limited to “self-service” through each customer’s maintenance term.

Companies are concerned about the risk and expense of managing millions of records of compliance data in an unlicensed and unsupported system. The natural solution is to migrate the data into an archive. Unfortunately, most archive providers can only ingest the base message and are unable to correlate it to the required surveillance metadata.

“The innovative and open Actiance Alcatraz archive platform supports the ingest of multi-dimensional surveillance data,” said Danielle Amatulli, Owner & CEO, Technically Creative, Inc. “Using this advanced platform, the Technically Creative team has developed a streamlined process to extract each of these message components, tag the individual elements, ingest into the Alcatraz archive, and reassemble the messages with all required surveillance information for easy and compliant reference.”

“Following CA’s announcement, many companies that rely on its Data Protection product will naturally feel stranded, vulnerable to risk, and unsure about next steps,” said Leo Haasbroek, SVP Global Services, Actiance. “With Actiance’s Safe Landing program, they can easily transition while continuing to meet all existing eCommunications supervision requirements for regulatory compliance, and take a significant step up in terms of capabilities.”

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