Thursday, September 01, 2005

[TechRepublic] The future of e-mail archiving

Compliance Issues
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Effective Compliance Practices: Information & Email Security, and Proof of Control
 

With regulatory acts such as Sarbanes-Oxley and HIPAA requiring organizations to change the way they store, share, and manage confidential information, it's critical that you institute effective compliance practices. Download this Sophos white paper to learn about ensuring information security and regulatory compliance.


The future of e-mail archiving

The future of e-mail archiving As compliance issues become clearer, IT needs to start ramping up on new archiving technology and trends. Until recently, they relied on user storage quotas or automated deletion processes to keep message store requirements manageable. But now, according to David Via from Ferris Research, many administrators are being required to implement mechanisms that not only store large quantities of e-mail, but also provide for searching and retrieval. Fortunately, vendors and service providers have been quick to respond with new archiving tools and enhancements. Learn about what changes and advances you can expect in e-mail archiving technology.

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This download reviews the impact regulatory requirements place on electronic communications archiving, steps IT professionals must take to comply with e-mail retention laws and presents proven recommendations for archiving e-mail.

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E-mail Archiving
A TechRepublic member is looking for product suggestions: "We are looking at implementing an e-mail archiving solution. We are and Exchange 2000 Outlook 2000 shop. We've got 3 in mind. The first is KVS (Veritas) Enterprise Vault, the second it Zantaz's EAS and the third is C2C's Archive 1. Has anyone ever dealt with this and do you have any input, anything at all would be great. Any recommendations, tips, hardware, anything. Thanks."

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