Thanks for all of those who attended our December webinar “Simplifying e-Discovery with Email Archiving.” For you and anyone else that would like to see it, we’ve enhanced the overview recording to add a more complete introduction to the solution, its functionality and how easy it is to install, manage and use.
Join us for our next free webinar, “Simplifying e-Discovery with Email Archiving.” This webinar will help you understand how having a system in place to simplify and streamline e-Discover requests can help you support the 2006 ruling by the US Supreme Court stating that schools and government organization must comply with the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA).
This webinar is over, but you can watch the recording now.
Expanding on the definition from our friends at Wikipedia…
Email archiving is the automated process of preserving, protecting and making searchable all inbound, outbound and internal email messages (as well as attachments and metadata) in their original and unmodified form so they can be accessed at a later date should the need arise.
Why might you do this? Top four reasons follow…
- Comply with regulatory requirements (e.g. FOIA, HIPAA, SOX, etc.)
- Recover emails that have been lost or accidentally deleted
- Accelerate response to audit, or in the case of litigation / internal investigations, “eDiscovery” requests
- Preserve the intellectual property contained in business email (i.e. Data Mining)
To learn more, give us a call or register to attend one of our upcoming webinars.
As stated in the description, the intent of this blog is to provide information on network security that’s helpful to IT professionals and encourage the sharing of information among its readers. Some of the topics I plan to discuss follow…
• Data Backup & Disaster Recovery
• Email Security
• Endpoint Security
• Managed Security
• Perimeter Security
• Secure Remote Access
• Wireless Security
That said, I welcome your input on additional topics you’d like to see covered or topics you’d like to see covered sooner than later.
Thanks for reading. I hope you’ll find the information that follows helpful in watching over your network!