MetaVis Technologies

MetaVis Technologies

MetaVis Technologies is a Microsoft Gold certified ISV that develops software that enables information-driven organizations to analyze and manage their content.

The MetaVis platform helps organizations analyze, migrate, backup, administer, and secure their environments. Whether it is Microsoft SharePoint, Office 365, Azure, Exchange and OneDrive, file/network shares, Google Drive, or another cloud-based content destination, they help take the complexity out of migrating and managing user content. MetaVis products are agentless, and provide immediate value to your business.

Company Info

HQ Location
United States
Year Founded
2009
Employees
200
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