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Published: 22 Oct 2012

The current file archiving vendor landscape is a mix of content and document solution providers, traditional backup and archiving competitors, and a slew of new ediscovery and policy management tools. Many vendors specializing in active email archiving have expanded into file and document archiving, and they're now vying to help storage managers safely and economically search and save files such as crucial email attachments, 100-page vendor contracts and 6MB PowerPoint presentations. Whether you're storing images or text files, you're likely storing more files than ever and anticipating more demands to comply with Sarbanes-Oxley and corporate legal requirements. If you have more than one policy and system for archiving, you aren't alone. "A lot of enterprises, at this point, have a wide variety of archiving systems," says Guy Creese, VP and research director of the collaboration and content strategies service at Burton Group, Midvale, UT. "And one of the quandaries for companies is that they have to enter a different policy in all the systems." So is anyone ... Access >>>

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