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.
Read this chapter of the e-book Email Archiving Planning: Policies and Product Selection to learn how to create and implement a comprehensive policy on email archiving that will enforce how users manage and retain email messages.
Electronic records are as real as paper documents. In this SearchCompliance eBook, you'll learn the importance of having a records retention policy and how to properly manage the data for e-discovery and recovery in your organization.
In this Spotlight Report, Research Director Philip Howard explains why data discovery is of fundamental importance to data integration, data quality, and many other projects ranging from business intelligence through master data management to data governance and data archival. Read on to learn more about the importance of data discovery.
Data growth, budget pressure, rising service-level requirements, and new technologies like virtualization strain the capabilities of traditional backup and recovery processes, but recent advances in data protection and management unlock an optimized strategy. Read on to learn more.
Enterprise records management (ERM) is an important initiative for many organizations today. Learn about the diversity of records management requirements at the enterprise level and why other solutions fail to meet these requirements.
Volume 4 of the Exchange Insider e-zine looks at how diminished budgets will affect IT pros’ migration plans in 2010—and where Exchange Server 2010 fits into their roadmaps. Also discover tools you need to troubleshoot mail flow issues and to tackle the perpetual question of how much security is needed for your Exchange environment.
Improper data collection can jeopardize the admissibility or reliability of data and can result in substantial costs and potential sanctions. After reading this whitepaper you will fully understand the proper data collection process.