Check out the April 2010 Email Archiving Market Update to gain valuable knowledge on the Email Archiving space so your GroupWise (and other platform) Archive can benefit.
Email archiving is becoming more and more necessary as failure-to-comply fines increase in size and frequency. In December 2009, a financial services firm was fined $1.2 Million for failing to review and archive email properly. As archiving becomes a MUST HAVE, SMBs and enterprise companies are turning to the cloud for affordable, scalable, and on-demand solutions. Barron's Magazine predicted that "cloud computing will be as revolutionary as the internet." The need for email archiving and the move towards cloud computing complement each other well: Radicati researchers predict that the cloud email archiving market will double by 2015.
Take a look at these complimentary downloads to learn more about email archiving in the cloud. Our featured download is a SaaS email archiving research report from the Enterprise Strategy Group. The April 2010 findings provide an exclusive look at why companies feel the need to archive, how they are doing it.
Featured: ESG Cloud Archiving Research Report
March 2010 ESG Report: SaaS Based Email Archiving Momentum Continues
Securities Law Alert:
Finra Fines Firm $1.2 Million for Failure to Archive and Review Email
In the News:
TechTarget News: Cloud Archiving Tips from Techtarget
SearchStorage News: SMBs Look to the Cloud for Compliance and e-Discovery
Radicati Research: Cloud Email Archiving Market to Double
Barron's Article: Cloud Computing is as Revolutionary as Internet
GroupWise Admin Interview: How I Chose Between an On-premise and a Hosted Email Archiving Solution
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