The Anatomy of an Archiving Project

The Anatomy of an Archiving Project

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Corporations worldwide rely on archiving as a best practice to control costs, improve service levels and automate data retention across multiple business areas. But what factors should sites consider to successfully implement a full lifecycle data management strategy? Attend this featured Webcast for a comprehensive discussion of the anatomy of an archiving project and gain insightful best practices to ensure success.

Archiving is a crucial component for a successful full lifecycle data management strategy. But what are the major components of archiving? What are the benefits? What factors should sites consider to successfully implement their data management strategy? As with any major project, up-front planning drives success. Attend this Webcast for enterprise data management tips and archiving best practices. Additionally, learn how organizations have been able to:

  • Deploy business policies to archive, manage and retain historical records according to evolving business value.
  • Capture historical business records in a reference snapshot format to support compliance readiness.
  • Deploy cost-effective tiered storage alternatives.
  • Achieve a superior ownership experience.

Speaker

Eric Offenberg WW Product Marketing Manager Eric Offenberg, CIPP and WW Product Marketing Manager at IBM, has nearly 11 years of technology marketing experience across various industries. Eric has established himself as a data governance thought leader, who speaks frequently on governance issues at industry events, webinars and with media and analysts on behalf of IBM. He holds a MBA with a concentration in Marketing from Rider University and a BA in Communications from Rutgers University.
Vendor:
Princeton Softech
Premiered:
Feb 15, 2007, 14:00 EST (19:00 GMT)
Format:
Multimedia
Type:
Webcast
Language:
English
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