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  • Three tips for ensuring a user-friendly email archiving system

    User acceptance is crucial to an email archiving project. Learn how complete integration, offline access and mobile access ensure a user-friendly email archiving system. 

  • How to choose a Web-based email archiving vendor

    Using a Web-based email archiving service is an attractive option for storage administrators. However, to get the most out of it, you have to select the right vendor. This tip outlines what you need to consider. 

  • How to choose an e-discovery tool

    Here is a list of factors to consider when choosing an e-discovery tool. 

  • Why you should perform data classification

    Regardless of how daunting a task it may be, understanding the data we store is the first step in addressing data management issues. This tip outlines some of the main reasons why data classification is essential. 

  • Storage provisioning best practices

    Storage provisioning can be a tricky practice, especially when you factor in that it needs to be done manually. List here are eight best practices when it comes to provisioning. 

  • Consolidated storage management: Coming soon?

    Managing a heterogeneous storage environment means juggling a hodgepodge of vendor-specific tools. Some vendors are working toward a consolidated management console, but standards are needed for single-pane storage management to become a reality. 

  • Email archiving implementation: What you need to consider

    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. 

  • Records retention: How to avoid recovery headaches

    Traditional backups are rarely adequate for records retention, but many are still relying on them. Rick Cook outlines four things to consider when setting up a records retention policy that can save you a lot of trouble in the long run. 

  • Archives and data protection: The important differences

    While the two are both equally important, it's vital that one doesn't confuse archiving with data protection. Marc Staimer explains their differences. 

  • Is storage automation right for you?

    This tip covers what storage automation is, and what it is not, and what it means to you. Also, you will learn why you should, or should not implement a storage automation product.