Mailbox migration can be a major headache. This is especially true for the channel, where numerous customers migrating at the same time can spell disaster. To healp ease the pain, BitTitan announced that it has received a U.S. patent for its ability to move mailboxes to the cloud.
U.S. Patent 8,938,510, entitled “On-Demand Mailbox Synchronization and Migration System,” is part of the company’s ability to dynamically allocate computing resources for the migration of mailbox data to the cloud.
“This patent is an example of BitTitan’s successful innovation,” said Geeman Yip, CEO and founder of BitTitan. “Our automated migration technology is the clear choice for mailbox migrations of any size. Since 2009, BitTitan’s dynamic resource allocation technology has been used to migrate over 2.5 million mailboxes globally and we are on track to migrate another 2 million this year alone. Our expertise enables us to arm companies with the tools needed to eliminate bandwidth issues, increase efficiencies and ensure mailbox migration compliance worldwide.”
BitTitan’s migration solutions dynamically assign which resources are used and when based on server type, availability and security needs. With BitTitan, the movement of data can take place at anytime, regardless of the size of the migration, eliminating the burden of having to schedule a migration during off-peak times. This is particularly beneficial to the channel, which can provide unlimited customer migrations simultaneously without service degradation, the company said.
BitTitan’s solutions automate the email and data migration process, including configuration and onboarding.