Best Practices for Archiving Lotus Domino Environments
Archiving has become a must in today's regulatory and corporate environment, while also becoming a hassle. Although it can be convenient to use the archiving option, how can you possibly manage scaling and retention? This webcast will show you exactly how to manage the many issues that come with archiving Lotus Notes Domino, file servers, IM, and collaboration environments, including how to:
- Optimize storage consumption and enable faster backups
- Automate mailbox management and implement intelligent archiving
- Archive for consistent governance and industry compliance
- Enforce retention and disposition policies and provide content authentication
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Sr. Product Marketing Manager, Symantec
Daniel Milrad is currently a member of the Symantec Enterprise Vault Product Marketing Team, Daniel has been with Symantec for over six years and has over twelve years industry experience with numerous storage companies. Daniel joined Symantec by way of the Veritas Software merger. Prior to Symantec, Daniel held management positions in marketing at Veritas Software, BlueArc Corp, Network Appliance, FullTime Software and NeTpower Systems. Daniel holds an MBA and a Bachelor of Science degree from San Jose State University.
Sr. Business Development & Technology Alliance Manager, EMC
Rafael Johnson joined EMC in 2004. In his role with EMC, Rafael D. Johnson is responsible for worldwide technology alliances and integrated solutions for industry leading intelligent information management independent software vendors. Rafael has over 18 years of high-technology experience. He has held various senior management positions in sales, technology alliances, business development and IT consulting at IBM, Network Appliance, Microsoft and Lotus Development Corporation. Rafael holds a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Tennessee and a MBA in International Business from the University of New Hampshire.
- Symantec Corporation
- Mar 19, 2008, 14:00 EDT (18:00 GMT)