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?
Secure and compliant email systems are essential for financial services companies. In this two part series on email security best practices, expert George Wrenn discusses how to capture emails, securely archive the messages and detailed reporting.
Although Microsoft introduced a number of features designed to accommodate the Exchange 2010 larger inbox size, your business may require a more sophisticated approach to retention policies, content management or searching. This white paper reveals software that supplements Microsoft Exchange 2010 Deployment and expands administrative control.
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.
This E-book from an ECM expert offers advice on how organizations can apply ECM technology and techniques as well as insight into issues such as how programs can be funded and organized successfully. Learn some of the leading best practices that can help ensure that your organization’s ECM strategy effectively supports your overall business goals.
Compare email-specific archiving solutions to general archiving products in this expert E-Guide featuring Brien Posey, backup expert. Read on to learn how these techs differ, which is better for eDiscovery and check out the pros and cons of all-in-one packages vs. individual apps for each task.
This white paper will give you a brief overview of Sunbelt Software, while educating decision makers about the important role that email and other content archiving plays in minimizing risk and lowering the cost of doing business, the capabilities of archiving in Exchange 2020, and more.