IT departments often struggle to create a realistic budget for a PST elimination project – and then must justify the project among many others that may be considered higher priority by other stakeholders. This white paper is designed to give you a few logical steps to follow to create a compelling budget, to demonstrate a manageable project and ultimately, to prioritize the project.
Download this white paper to see how the customer can utilize PST Enterprise to centralize email for their new end user base without interruption to the end users themselves. They found the solution to be simple and leveraged its flexibility to adapt the processing to their environment via custom scripts. PST Enterprise is now core to all their email migration projects.
Download this white paper to see how PST Enterprise enables corporate IT to regain control of distributed corporate email found in PST files to manage compliance, support discovery and minimize risk associated with this data. It enables full discovery of all PST files, regardless of their location or status, and it provides the information needed to take intelligent action on the data within. Such actions include owner determination, in-place retention, data migration, and file copy, move, disconnect and deletion.
Download this white paper specifically looking at PST elimination budgeting and justification, which will provide guidance across the steps we typically see customers taking to effectively budget and gain buy-in for PST elimination projects.
As the need to retain corporate data has increased to meet regulatory requirements-- and best practice may dictate email meeting certain internal policies-- the very existence of PSTs is putting email more and more "at risk. So what can you do about PSTs?
This paper considers the use of email archives for compliance. It will also review how archives are trusted and look at what has to be done to ensure that integrity is maintained throughout the chain of events that take place within an email archive environment.
Compliance, capacity management and e-policy enforcement. Which factors are driving email archiving at your organization? And how do you pick a solution that solves your specific problems without breaking the bank? There are many internal and external forces driving the need to archive.