In this e-book from SearchCompliance.com, find expert advice that will help you ease the pain – and the cost – of e-discovery, as well as tips and tactics for bridging the gap between e-discovery and data security.
In this eBook from the experts at SearchCompliance.com, discover all you need to know about e-discovery, compliance, and data security in order to plan for success in your organization. Find out how effective records management can ease the pain of e-discovery, how Web forensics can help protect your data, and more.
Email archiving is critical to providing archive, search and retrieval options for compliance and discovery mandates. Download this white paper for tips on selecting and implementing an appropriate and effective archive system.
Mimecast Unified Email Management™ is a cost effective Software-as-a-Service solution that offers integrated E-Discovery, Litigation Hold and Case Managment functionality, giving you the tools you need to rapidly execute data preservation policies and email discovery requests and guard against the risk of failing to produce required information.
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Email has become as mission critical as any other IT system requiring most organizations to evaluate their overall policies and systems for email management. Learn about the most important considerations for successful email archiving.
This IT buyer's guide dives into eDiscovery software requirements by highlighting the capabilities commonly needed by IT teams and how a web-based legal process management software suite meets these requirements.
Efficient storage of emails and attachments is recognized as one of the biggest challenges facing IT departments today. This white paper outlines how an email archiving solution can help reduce storage requirements and meet compliance regulations.
Microsoft Exchange Server is a powerful enterprise messaging tool that has proven to be very successful over the years. This white paper, sponsored by Sherpa Software, outlines the various archiving and eDiscovery features in Exchange 2010, examines how they work, and discusses various limitations in their deployment.