Published By: Commvault
Published Date: Jul 06, 2016
Email is the backbone of today’s corporate business processes. It lives as the primary communication vehicle internally between employees and externally with customers, vendors, partners and investors. It is arguably today’s most pervasive and critical business application within which is stored the most valuable business content. To protect this vital information while working to eliminate risk, lower management costs and improve business insight, companies require a comprehensive email archiving solution. This solution should not only work to effectively retain email information in a searchable repository, the best email archiving solutions also provide a smarter approach to collecting, retaining and accessing data so that it can deliver true business value.
Companies need capabilities for identifying data assets and relationships, assessing data growth and implementing tiered storage strategies-capabilities that information governance can provide. It is important to classify enterprise data, understand data relationships and define service levels. Database archiving has proven effective in managing continued application data growth especially when it is combined with data discovery.
Mimecast Cloud Archive has long set the industry standard for enterprise information archiving, helping to keep corporate knowledge available, protecting and preserving it while simplifying management and administration.
By aggregating data across multiple platforms, organizations gain long-term business insights and create a secure, digital corporate memory while at the same time reducing costs and risks for legal and compliance teams. IT teams can reduce administrative overhead with streamlined management and simplified data recovery. Anytime, anywhere access to archive data improves employee productivity and efficient workflow efficiency.
Customers can rest assured that their data is always-available, always-replicated and always-safe.
Most organizations possess considerable intellectual property. Unfortunately, that information is useless unless employees know how to find it. The time that staff members spend searching for data, often fruitlessly, represents a real cost to
organizations. In some instances, when employees can’t find the information they’re looking for, they end up duplicating work. Archiving tools with powerful index and search capabilities can help maximize the value of intellectual property.
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Published By: Proofpoint
Published Date: Apr 06, 2012
Gartner, Inc. positions Proofpoint in the Challengers quadrant in its 2011 Magic Quadrant for the Enterprise Information Archiving (email archiving, file archiving, social media archiving, retention management, eDiscovery, search, legal hold) market.
Get more out of your information when you need it, and get rid of it when you don't. IBM's Smart Archive strategy will save you time, money and resources with a unified, enterprise-wide approach to archiving and information governance.
Published By: Mimecast
Published Date: Dec 20, 2018
Your corporate email is a vital repository of critical business information. In the age of the cloud and mobility, empowering users accessing that information quickly and efficiently can’t be an afterthought.
You may think you can get by with your old email archive, but your organization and your employees will suffer without the latest technology.
Learn more in this TechTarget whitepaper Email Archiving: It’s Time for an Update. Download now to get the facts about:
How archaic email archives slow down productivity and increase IT help desk burdens
Why return-on-investment for old archiving solutions hurt your bottom line
Ways poor e-discovery capabilities leave you vulnerable in legal challenges
Protecting individual and financial data, retaining data, and meeting e-discovery requirements are common compliance requirements across geographies and industries. Finding accurate, usable, and cost-effective solutions for meeting these requirements can make the difference between achieving compliance goals or leaving the organization vulnerable through unsecured use of sensitive data. Trend Micro Data Protection solutions for endpoint data leak protection, email encryption, and email archiving help organizations meet their compliance requirements – easily and cost-effectively.
The overall archiving market was $1.76 billion in 2013 and is expected to grow at an 11.4% compound annual growth rate (CAGR) through 2019. EIA is emerging as a commonly used technology underpinning for higher-level use cases supporting compliance, information governance, e-discovery and historical preservation of data.
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Different types of data have different data retention requirements. In establishing information governance and database archiving policies, take a holistic approach by understanding where the data exists, classifying the data, and archiving the data. IBM InfoSphere Optim™ Archive solution can help enterprises manage and support data retention policies by archiving historical data and storing that data in its original business context, all while controlling growing data volumes and improving application performance. This approach helps support long-term data retention by archiving data in a way that allows it to be accessed independently of the original application.
More organizations are deploying and migrating their information archiving to the cloud. In this report, The Radicati Group provides an overall market evaluation of 10 leading Cloud archiving providers, tips for selecting an information archiving solution and the opportunities and challenges that compliance, IT and legal professionals experience when choosing an information archiving platform.
Research giant Forrester estimates that on average, data repositories for large applications grow by fifty percent annually. However, up to half of all that data can be duplicate or otherwise unnecessary. With no end in sight for the increase of raw data (both structured and unstructured), organizations must be ever more strategic about where and how to store enterprise information. Meanwhile, a tightening economy is putting pressure on costs, just as compliance mandates call for greater visibility into processes and data. What to do? Register for this Web Seminar to learn the four pillars of strategic storage, and how they can be used to simultaneously reduce costs, while improving speed, accuracy and accountability. The four pillars will be discussed in detail, with real-world examples of each: deep compression, database archiving,de-duplication thin provisioning.
Published By: Mimecast
Published Date: Apr 04, 2013
Enterprise information archiving is contributing to organizational needs for e-discovery and compliance requirements, and reducing primary storage costs. Gartner evaluates vendors offering products and services that provide archiving for email, files and other content types.