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  • Data archives overview

    When a file is lost due to user error, or data is corrupted because of system problems, the affected data can be restored from a backup. An archive is different from a backup because the data may not be used for months, even years, but must be access... 

  • Iron Mountain CTO dishes on digital archiving plans

    Fred Engel, Iron Mountain's new CTO of digital archiving, is tasked with integrating the company's acquisitions, including a sneaky one it just made in document management. 

  • Fixed-content data archiving products get a boost

    Caringo, EMC and HDS spruce up their fixed-content data archiving products as buzz around compliance and legal discovery continues. 

  • New privacy rules may complicate records management

    Experts say new bills before Congress and court decisions may further complicate things for U.S. companies already grappling with records retention, compliance and data archiving. 

  • Google buy shakes up email archiving

    Google's acquisition of Postini will boost adoption of Gmail, pushing email archiving players to add support for hosted applications. 

  • U.K. enterprise search provider buys Zantaz

    Autonomy Corp. PLC, a U.K.-based enterprise search software company, has acquired Zantaz for $375M in cash, signaling more consolidation in records management and e-discovery. 

  • Iron Mountain buys Accutrac for records management

    Continuing its effort to reinvent itself as an online backup and records management company, Iron Mountain announces its second acquisition in this market in as many months. 

  • Mimosa scales up email archiving software

    Version 3.0 of Mimosa's NearPoint email archiving software improves scalability. Users and analysts are waiting on file archiving and broader platform support. 

  • Canadian storage managers pipe up

    Managing remote offices, especially if they are located in the U.S. and governed by regulations not applicable in Canada, is causing headaches for Canadian storage pros. 

  • HDS adds SAN muscle to archive

    Hitachi Data Systems integrates its archive software across its product line and adds important new features, including replication, data deduplication and security.