Email archiving has become a critical component of any successful data management strategy. With email archiving, organizations shrink their storage footprint, reduce IT complexity and lower the risk of violating compliance or e-discovery requirements. This white paper outlines best practices involved in deploying an email archiving solution that meets the needs of your organization.
Research shows that 36% to 53% of small businesses are involved in at least one lawsuit in any given year, and 90% of businesses are in litigation at any given time. Companies are spending an average of $18,000 to review a single gigabyte of data. This white paper outlines the most cost-efficient solutions to avoid spiraling e-discovery costs and other problems that could put your company at extreme risk.
IT can reduce risks for the entire organization by ensuring compliance and e-discovery preparedness for email as well as other information types, such as SharePoint, system files, social media, Google Docs and more. In this article you will examine the top five considerations in choosing a third-party solution for email archiving.
Archiving email has become a critical business function as organizations grow more and more dependent on Electronically Stored Information (ESI) to comply with court ordered eDiscovery requests and compliance audits. This article suggest the ideal solution for meeting the needs of your organization.
This white paper focuses on the FRCP amendments and the impact that they have on organizations of all sizes. This white paper discusses the technology that is required to adequately preserve electronic data, and how senior managers need to evaluate and improve their corporate governance policies and procedures to meet the new requirements.
This white paper discusses the requirements for financial services firms to retain content of various types, and it discusses what organizations should do to satisfy the new SEC obligations. A failure to implement appropriate archiving technology can result in significant financial penalties, as well as legal sanctions, loss of corporate reputation and other negative consequences.
This white paper serves as a best practices guide for public sector decision-makers—including CIOs, legal/ compliance officers, records managers, school administrators, and agency directors—who play a role in email management, e-discovery, email retention, and compliance. This white paper was created by ArcMail Technology and The ePolicy Institute™.