Gone in 30 Days: Exchange, Retention, and Regulatory Compliance
The advent of Sarbanes-Oxley, Gramm-Leach-Bliley, and assorted market-specific regulations means that you may be legally required to have an email compliance and retention policy. Although we can't tell you what that policy might be, in this white paper, we'll share with you an overview of general retention and compliance issues, an understanding of Microsoft Exchange Server's built-in archiving and compliance features, knowledge of some sneaky pitfalls that may await you in implementing your policy, insight into how to manage your
mail data for best-efforts compliance, and guidance on first steps to take when starting an archiving regime.
Also, to satisfy corporate, legal, or regulatory requirements, organizations need a way to locate their critical data within the email and move that data to a secure location where it can be protected long-term. In this white paper, we will discuss how to discover, manage, and archive information within your Exchange enterprise to successfully limit your legal exposure and protect your corporate information. We'll explain how you can analyze trends and usage
across your entire messaging store; implement retention policies in Exchange mailboxes, PST files (network/local), and public folders; search and retrieve specific content for the archive; overcome the 'PST Pitfall'; understand archiving options and Exchange limitations, and manage the archive.
- Sherpa Software
- 10 Sep 2009
- 10 Sep 2009
- 15 Page(s)
- White Paper