Migrating to Exchange Server 2010 from the 2007 edition is becoming a must, as the 2010 edition offers improved email archiving, high-availability, and optimal storage features. But as you begin to explore the possibilities of upgrading to Exchange 2010, do you have a proper plan in place?
This report takes an in-depth look at lateral phishing tactics. Read on to gain exclusive insight into recipient targeting strategies, the 10 most common words used in lateral phishing emails, 3 ways to defend against lateral phishing, and more.
This paper offers an alternative approach to archive policy selection that uses email message labelling technology. View now to learn how labelling removes the need for end-users to understand archiving, and instead allow them to apply labels to each email message, ultimately reducing your email archiving costs.
Dell has developed a customer centric strategy designed to provide customers with the right archiving solutions for their IT infrastructure. Access this paper to learn more about Dell's strategy and archiving point of view.
This report presents a spreadsheet cost model to help you calculate your fully loaded on-premise email costs and compare it against cloud-based alternatives. Bottom line: Cloud-based email makes sense for companies or divisions as large as 15,000 users.
The threat of e-discovery is a dark cloud hovering over an enterprise. These projects require an excess of effort and money – and requests are often made with no prior notice. Thankfully, records management can alleviate the pain of e-discovery. This e-guide provides a high-level view of records management in the workplace.
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This paper examines how an active archive strategy requires planning and tools, but when done properly it can dramatically reduce the overall costs of managing a growing pool of data. By de-coupling production disk from other tiers of storage, single points of failure are virtually eliminated.