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Published: 20 Oct 2012

According to Wave 7 of TheInfoPro's Storage Study, professionals are quickly becoming aware of the value of archiving. The number of respondents indicating that archiving was a potential pain point rose from 3% to 9% vs. Wave 6, while those with concerns about regulatory compliance jumped from 1% to 7%. When it comes to e-mail vs. app/ database archiving, 89% of TheInfoPro respondents have either deployed it or plan to vs. only 70% for app/database archiving. --Trina MacDonald Access >>>

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