Why Enterprise Organizations Should Archive More Than Email

Enterprise organizations have broadly implemented electronic email archiving systems to help them manage the volume of data, performance of their servers, and the complexity of regulatory requirements for retaining electronic communications. In the process, they have often discovered that their archive system has delivered significant business value through storage cost savings, application performance, and streamlined compliance or litigation support processes.

In this webinar, analyst Jason Buffington from the Enterprise Strategy Group (ESG), will discuss the results of some primary research he has done with enterprise customers about their archiving practices, and discuss what is now driving those organizations to extend their archiving to other forms of unstructured data. Through his data and insights webinar attendees will learn why he believes archiving of email alone is an insufficient strategy for today’s business demands.

Join us for this Symantec sponsored webinar and you will learn:

  • Why is archiving an essential Information Technology business process and how is it evolving
  • How archiving can optimize application performance and storage footprint
  • What are some common current archiving practices of peer enterprise IT organizations and what are their plans for the future
  • IT and business benefits of archiving beyond email
  • What archiving technologies are suitable for these extended archiving requirements

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