Part 5: What to look for in a solution

So now the hard work is done. You’ve built your compliance and email policy and you are ready to implement and enforce. When exploring mail archiving software, doing your research is a critical step. First, you will want to look … Read More

Part 2: Driving Factors to Your Email Retention Policy

Before you can ever look at email archiving systems, you have to determine what factors are driving the need to manage your data. Many things can and will drive your policy. The most common concerns or drivers include legal, human … Read More

Part 1: Building Email Retention Policies

One of the many things I focus on in my day job is Email Management. Helping customers once they’ve built a Compliance and Email Management policy is usually where I come in. When installing our Email Archiving Systems, I tend … Read More

Learning from the Mistakes of Others

Missing emails from an account used by James Oblinger, North Carolina State University’s former Chancellor, have landed the university in hot water including a federal grand jury investigation to find whether former North Carolina Gov. Mike Easley used his position … Read More

Is Archiving Drafts Necessary for Compliance?

A recent post on Ferris Research’s blog claims that “archiving drafts is necessary for compliance.” Is that true? The idea that archiving the drafts view is important stems from a CNN article which reported suspected terrorists were using “the draft … Read More

Archiving to the cloud, is it what you want?

Now a days, you really can’t go too far with out finding some article pushing a cloud technology. In fact, at Lotusphere 2010 last week, they talked about a cloud strategy. So it got me thinking about what people want … Read More