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.
To help companies reduce the costs of storing and managing inactive data, Iron Mountain has created an enterprise-class cloud-based storage archive service, the Virtual File Store (VFS). The VFS service is part of Iron Mountain's Storage-as-a-Service portfolio, which includes email management/archiving, eDiscovery, and data backup/recovery.
This white paper provides an overview of key factors your organization must consider when evaluating potential strategies for automated classification to ensure compliance and defensibility.
Email administrators battle with Exchange Server maintenance and storage allocation while scurrying to meet stringent business plans and hunting down the CEO's lost email message. In this expert eguide from SearchExchange.com, learn how to store the right content in the right place for the right length of time.
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.
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.
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.
The goal of this white paper is to focus on the key issues involved in developing an e-discovery capability and to help organizations plan to become better prepared for the rigors of the e-discovery process.