Info-Tech Research Group, March 2008
E-mail leaves many enterprises feeling exposed by litigation concerns, e-mail server performance issues, or compliance burdens. All enterprises should assess the need for implementing an e-mail archiving solution or moving the existing implementation to the next level. This report will guide enterprises in determining an appropriate e-mail archiving maturity level to mitigate risks and create people, process, and technology efficiencies.
Info-Tech Research Group, Aug 2007
The demands of e-discovery for litigation have caused incredible interest in e-mail archiving solutions. While they are popular in addressing both regulation and litigation concerns that mandate the retention of business records, e-mail archiving tools can also improve the performance of existing e-mail implementations.
This whitepaper looks at the value of email and outlines the issues and concerns of IT Managers involved in managing and maintaining business critical emails systems. Learn more today!
Osterman Research, Inc., April 2008, Pages: 54
This report focuses on demand drivers for messaging archiving and related technologies in the North American market. The research conducted for this report, as well as the report itself, are focused on the needs of vendors, investors and others who are interested in participating in the messaging archiving market in some way, whether as providers of the archiving systems, forensics services or other offerings. The information presented is designed to help these vendors and interested parties make informed decisions about the future opportunities available in this market.
Statistics show that as much as 60 percent of business-critical data now resides in email, making it the most important repository of data your company may own. This huge amount of data translates into a significant burden on corporate storage resources. These facts - combined with a recent onslaught of regulatory compliance rules - are forcing organizations to take a deeper look at email storage, retention, and archiving practices.
Because organizations of all sizes are facing the dual pressures of a difficult economy and greater security risks, many are seeking alternatives that provide at least the same level of security, but at significantly lower costs.
The Nemertes Research Group Inc., Nov 2008, Pages: 8
Organizations today are drowning in electronic information and one of the greatest challenges is e-retention: which information to keep and for how long. Unfortunately, there are few ground rules for e-retention, resulting in a broad spectrum of ways that organizations deal with the issue. Of all the factors that influence e-retention one of the strongest is the need to produce information during a legal action; driven by the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure (FRCP).This issue paper discusses FRCP, the relevant rules for e-discovery and proposes that following information stewardship best provides a good baseline for establishment of both e-discovery and e-retention policies and procedures.
ReedLogic, July 2009, Minutes: 60
What Litigators Need to Know About the Impact of Social Media on E-Discovery Practices is a time efficient way to understand the impact of sites such as Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and others on your e-discovery practices. Take the 60-minutes to view this Instant Impact seminar to understand the best ways to go about doing e-discovery on each of the major social media sites, specific do's and don'ts, and case studies of the impact of such sites on specific cases.
In this paper, we discuss the impact data protection regulations and standards such as PCI and the Office of Management and Budget Personally Identifiable Information Guidelines which place new constraints on how data is stored, processed, and transmitted over email.
It doesn't take a degree in accounting to understand that the ability to increase server and storage capacity without having to invest a dime in additional hardware translates into huge cost savings. Savings not only in terms of hardware costs, but also in the power consumption, heat dissipation and management costs associated with deploying additional hardware.