Metalogix, the leading provider of content infrastructure software to improve the use and performance of enterprise content on Microsoft SharePoint, Exchange and Cloud platforms, today announced the release of Metalogix Replicator 6.0 with the powerful ability to synchronize content between multiple SharePoint 2013 farms to meet the demand of global organizations moving to the latest version of SharePoint.
Organizations with globally distributed or multiple content server operations looking to improve their collaboration and knowledge sharing are mandating more robust SharePoint 2013 architectures that provides fast access to the latest content to all users in all locations. In particular, public sector organizations and companies with field operations such as oil and gas, mining and maritime industries, need to provide real-time access for SharePoint content to end users that could be thousands of miles from headquarters regardless of network availability. These organizations can now use Metalogix Replicator 6.0 to create globally distributed SharePoint 2013 architectures that provide all users in any location fast, local access to up-to-date content.
“Due to the increase in content sprawl across distributed SharePoint farms, organizations across several industry sectors, such as transportation, energy, mining and Public Sector, now face mission-critical operational and compliance requirements to keep their SharePoint content always available and synchronized for end users, regardless of location,” said Steven Murphy, CEO, Metalogix. “This is especially true for organizations that must deliver content to users in remote locations and eliminate disconnected silos of information and the negative impact on productivity. With Metalogix Replicator 6.0, we are giving these organizations the tools necessary to successfully create a global architecture with multiple SharePoint 2013 farms that will improve the use and performance of their enterprise content.”
Metalogix Replicator is the market’s top-selling SharePoint replication product that synchronizes content across multiple SharePoint farm locations, environments, and versions with support for SharePoint 2007, 2010 and 2013. The product delivers SharePoint content to end users – documents, sites, applications, permissions and bi-directional workflows – with full metadata, versioning and permissions support at the same speed and performance as at headquarters. For instance, United States Air Forces Central (AFCENT) implemented Replicator and its bi-directional replication to synchronize content between its SharePoint environments at headquarters in South Carolina with 26 global bases, ensuring any user to pick up and operate from virtually anywhere in the world.
Metalogix Replicator gives customers granular control over what content is replicated and can replicate content over large distances and slow or spotty connections. These capabilities are critical for customers deploying SharePoint farms in offshore locations. For instance, Norwegian Cruise Line was able to deploy multiple SharePoint farms that gave users on its fleet of ships real-time access to updated content despite poor and unreliable network conditions.