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Published: 19 Oct 2012

Storage managers must deal with stricter government regulations and rapidly escalating e-mail stores. There are many e-mail archiving programs available, but finding the one that best meets your company's needs is the key. p> E-mail archiving applications Click here for a comparison table about e-mail archiving applications (PDF). With stricter government regulations and rapidly escalating e-mail stores, storage managers are caught between a rock and a hard place. E-mail archiving tools are designed to automate the process of what to save and what to toss. But to keep costs down, these tools must do more than just move messages from one type of media to another--they must be able to examine, classify and manage the content of the messages so they can satisfy internal business policies and government auditors. There are more than 30 software tools on the market that enable organizations to manage archived e-mail messages. Finding a product is less of an issue than choosing the right one for your company. High on any e-mail features checklist should be ease of... Access >>>

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