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- Archiving: It Isn’t Just for Compliance Anymore
- Avoiding E-discovery Headaches in the Cloud
Tag Archives: email archiving
“To host or not to host?” – for a while that was the question. But with the increasing volume of data and data sources – not to mention the mounting costs of storage – the answer to that question is … Continue reading
The benefits of having an effective and efficient email archiving solution in place cannot be understated. For many, the primary reason for archiving may be to meet regulatory compliance standards. But, if you think the only reason to have an … Continue reading
By now, you would think we would be preaching to the choir when it comes to e-discovery information, but that is, unfortunately, not the case! Discovery is the beginning stage of litigation. This is the point where two or more … Continue reading
One of the great features that are included for free on your appliance is the Status Screen which allows the user to monitor the status of the appliance 24/7. With any product, you want to be aware of the health … Continue reading
On the ArcMail appliance, a user has the option to create custom retention policies. Retention policies allow organizations to specify how long to retain different classes of messages in the archive. The administrator, whom we will refer to as the … Continue reading
In today’s business world, most companies have to decide when and how to implement an email retention policy. However, before they can implement one, they must first evaluate the purpose of implementing a retention policy. A few important questions to … Continue reading
In 2007, Microsoft published a white paper arguing against the use of stubbing as a means of archiving corporate emails. Stubbing is an email storage method that was developed in order to decrease the space requirements of corporate mail servers … Continue reading