Storage Retrieving email and database archives related information:

Retrieving email and database archives

Retrieving email and database archives related information

Retrieving email and database archives related information.

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  • Is it important to capture email metadata in the archive? Why?

    (presented by SearchDataBackup.com)

    FAQ -  In my opinion, the answer is "yes." Email normally has some metadata associated with it, including: where it came from, the server path, etc. If the company is sued (or is suing another company), they will be discovering (or asking for) emails within the...

  • I back up my email servers on a regular basis -- can't I just use those as an archive?

    (presented by SearchDataBackup.com)

    FAQ -  That's the most asked question when I'm doing seminars; aren't my backup tapes my archive? A user may be relying on tapes that way, but they're not necessarily the best solution for an archive...

  • What is email archive indexing? Which type do you recommend?

    (presented by SearchDataBackup.com)

    FAQ -  There is a wide range of indexing capabilities, and most people and companies don't think about this until after they've gone out and spent a lot of money on a solution. For us, "indexing" means that each email is opened as it is moved to an archive, and...

  • Tiered storage becoming tried and true

    Tiered Storage Explained -  Tiered storage matches the value of data with the performance (and expense) of storage. Ideally, tiered storage can save money, while easing the access demands to any single storage tier. While tiered storage has clearly brought storage costs and...

  • Email archiving implementation: What you need to consider

    Tip -  Selecting an email archiving application based solely on functionality may result in unexpected administration costs. Considering the following 10 points before deploying an email archive can help you hang onto your loot.