Intradyn Enters Asian Market With Release of Native Language Email Active Archiving Appliance
Also announces the appointment of Kenji Tokuhisa as Country Manager to head the new sales and support office in Tokyo, Japan. ST. PAUL, Minn., May 14 /PRNewswire/ -- Intradyn(TM), the leader in simple, affordable appliance solutions for automated e-mail active archiving, announced today at the "Information Security Expo" in Tokyo, Japan, the opening of their new office in Tokyo, Japan, managed by Kenji Tokuhisa as Country Manager for Japan and Asia. Intradyn's launch of its Tokyo office is central in supporting the growing need for email archiving for compliance (J- SOX) and email management in Asia. "We are very excited to be launching in Japan at this time, especially considering that companies in Japan are searching for a cost affordable solution to help comply with the new J-SOX Regulations," said Brent Bowlby, Intradyn's CEO. "We have invested a lot of time and effort understanding and preparing to enter the Asian market with our new localized version of our products. In addition, we are fortunate to have Mr. Tokuhisa lead our Asian operations out of Tokyo; his experience in the local marketplace is a huge asset for Intradyn." Kenji Tokuhisa, Intradyn's new Country Manager of Japan and Asia has more than twelve years of technical and management experience in the email infrastructure and security marketplace. Before joining Intradyn, he was the Technical and Marketing Director of Mirapoint Japan. In addition, his past experience includes establishing IronPort's Japan office and serving as Sr. Manager at Trendmicro. "With the compliance laws related to J-SOX which went into effect on April 1st this year, email archiving is a top priority for businesses in Japan," said Kenji Tokuhisa, Intradyn's Country Manager. "Intradyn's technology and email archiving solutions are proven and mature and have already earned acceptance in the Asian market, and now the solutions are localized to support the native language, making it significantly easier for our Japanese customers." Intradyn's recent release of its new fourth-generation appliances makes it one of the only email active archiving solutions that support Japanese as a native language, and also supports all major email systems including MS Exchange, GroupWise, Domino and others. The Orca(TM) and ComplianceVault(TM) line of active email archiving appliances come in several different models and sizes that are designed to meet the needs of SMB to Enterprise customers and because of the all-in-one nature of the appliance, businesses can also expect unmatched return on investment (ROI) and a low total cost of ownership (TCO). Intradyn's appliances feature enhanced mail management, message and file de-duplication and compression along with email recovery features. The new ComplianceVault features enhanced security, remote monitoring and control, enhanced searching and audit reports, and an optimized message store that is scalable to over 70TB with multiple data retention and legal hold options for compliance. About Intradyn Inc. Intradyn's mission is "Data Protection Made Simple.(TM)" Headquartered in Eagan, Minnesota, USA, the company's line of ComplianceVault eSeries and Orca eMail Archiver email active archiving appliances offer a single, powerful "plug-and-play" solution for meeting compliance regulations affecting businesses of all sizes, in addition to mailbox management, message store optimization, archiving and eDiscovery all from within MS Outlook or a web browser, and support Exchange, GroupWise, Domino and a host of other email servers. Founded in 2001, Intradyn designs its products specifically to address the overriding IT issues facing all businesses today: managing complexity while dealing with tight budgets. All models are available for end-user purchase from our international network of value added resellers and internet retailers. Additional information is available from the company's web site: http://www.intradyn.com or by calling 651.203.4600. Note: Intradyn, ComplianceVault and Orca are trademarks of Intradyn, Inc. Outlook and Exchange are trademarks of Microsoft Corporation. GroupWise is a trademark of Novell, Inc. Domino is a trademark of IBM. Mirapoint, IronPort, and Trendmicro are trademarks of their respective owners.