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|Daily Digest: November 4, 2009|| |
|Archiving, E-Discovery, & Compliance|
|Email, Messaging & Collaboration|
Most organizations are unclear about the retention policies they should adopt. That slows the deployment of archiving technology.
It usually makes sense to go ahead with archiving in advance of having decided one's retention policy; that is, start by archiving everything, for an indeterminate period. You still get many of the advantages of archiving, such as better user mailbox performance, better e-discovery, and reduced backup times. As you go along, you can reduce the scope of archiving (e.g., don't include spam) and define retention policies. ... David Ferris
On April 15, 2009, Microsoft announced that Exchange 2010 will have built-in support for archiving. Though Microsoft has been slow to reveal details about the new offering, its announcement is shaking the archiving market and the adjacent markets for e-discovery and compliance. In this webcast, David Ferris cuts through the confusion about E2010 and explains what the product's archiving features do, what they don't do, and how the technology is likely to evolve. A Q&A session gives attendees the opportunity to ask questions.
Vendors: Join Archiving Innovators, Including
Microsoft, C2C, LiveOffice, Metalogix, Smarsh, Waterford Technologies
If your product needs to be positioned with respect to Exchange 2010's archiving, become a sponsor of our Exchange 2010 archiving education program.
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