E-Discovery in Microsoft Exchange 2010: Part 6

The following post is part six of a nine part video/blog series on e-discovery in Microsoft Exchange 2010. In last week’s post, Paul and Marta discussed some of the litigation hold features that Exchange 2010 offers. In this week’s segment, … Read More

On-Premises vs. Cloud Computing

Much of the recent hype in technology has been related to cloud computing. Innovations in business applications as well as ones targeted to consumers have an element of a service-based architecture.  It appears everyone assumes that “the cloud” is the wave … Read More

Mail Attender Attachment Archiving vs. Domino DAOS

At Sherpa Software, we’re often asked how Mail Attender’s Attachment Archiving feature compares to DAOS, which can be obtained inherently within IBM Domino. While DAOS does a good job, it comes down to the question; “What is your main goal … Read More

Email Journaling in MS Exchange: The Good, the Bad, & the Journal

There are numerous organizations that need to retain their Exchange data or perform e-Discovery searches.  One of the challenges in doing so is that end-users can delete this data. Email journaling will ensure that even if your user deletes an … Read More

Compliance Attender Product Update: Graveyard Review

Compliance Attender for Lotus Notes is designed to intercept, inspect and manage email communications in real-time. It is designed as a series of modules that satisfy specific business needs. Based on the modules needed and the rules that are set … Read More

Survey Results: Email Regulatory Compliance

A study completed last year among business email users revealed some alarming, if not surprising, results. Evidently, there is still a high degree of risk for both employees and organizations in how private and confidential information is handled within email. … Read More