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Published: 22 Oct 2012

Email archiving products vary in their features and technical structures. Here's how to select an archiving tool that's a good fit for your company's needs. More and more companies are archiving their users' emails for business and legal reasons. If you haven't standardized on an archiving product, it can be a time-consuming process to find one that fits your company's needs; there are many choices available and each tool has unique features. When examining an email archiving product, it's important to know how well it's suited to the specific requirements of the email system it's intended to protect. I've reviewed many of these products and compared their functionality to the requirements of dozens of companies. The following 10 questions will help you narrow down the available email archiving products to those that best serve your needs. Not all of the following 10 questions will be important to every storage environment, but each one should be considered when making a product selection. You should decide whether or not a particular function is important ... Access >>>

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