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.
Read this informative paper to learn how to manage storage costs, assist in legal discovery, automate the archiving of business critical data, and more, all while providing a seamless end-user experience
Electronically stored information (ESI) has become an integral part of organizations today – so it is necessary to understand the compliance regulations and best practices that come along with ESI. Find out how to create and maintain an ESI system that eases e-discovery requirements, and more.
Is your company in line with e-discovery requests? This expert E-Guide provides a crash course on everything e-discovery by outlining 10 steps to building a records retention management system and also discusses three main objectives in developing an electronic data retention policy.
Read why organizations should consider solutions that provide the more extensive business benefits of email management capabilities and not just the basic operational benefits of email archiving.
This paper attempts to identify and clarify the benefits an archive can provide in the initial phases of the electronic discovery process and look at some of the features companies should look for to ensure those benefits are maximized.
This paper examines how one solution provider, EMC, is helping customers address electronic discovery challenges by helping customers manage their information infrastructure more effectively.
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.
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.