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If you're an IT manager, email admin,
storage administrator or in-house attorney, you're probably
grappling with how to manage email and file stores that are
growing exponentially. New discovery and privacy requirements
are forcing you to both know what you have and retrieve it
quickly. Building a consensus on what you should do and actually
doing it can be difficult.
At this seminar with independent experts Mark
Diamond and Greg Forest of Contoural (or Mark Davies and Matt Jeavons in London), find out how an email and
file archiving strategy can help you deal with the issues resulting
from the explosive data growth and new discovery and data management
requirements. Learn how you can reduce storage, quickly
respond to litigation and compliance problems, increase IT productivity
and reduce backup and restore times. You will hear case studies
that relate what can happen if you ignore email archiving best
practices, as well as see the cost savings and e-discovery benefits
of proper file archiving.
Join us for this FREE seminar
to find out what you need to know before designing and deploying
an email and file archiving strategy!
Admission is FREE but seating is limited. Apply Now .
Attendees will benefit from the experience of Mark Diamond
and Greg Forest
Mark Diamond and Greg Forest will share advice
gained from extensive experience helping organizations like yours
integrate and manage successful records retention systems including
email and file archiving.
For FREE admittance to this seminar, apply
today for Email Archiving North American series.
Why you should attend
Find out how to pick the right archiving solutions
and establish the best processes and procedures. You'll also
walk away with the 7 best practices for email archiving as
well as tips on how to retain emails for years without choking
your servers, how to retire mailbox limitations and much more.
You will learn more about the benefits you can reap in order
to justify your plans to management. If deployed correctly, an
email and file archiving system can:
- Automate legal discovery procedures
- Significantly reduce the amount of storage
- Achieve IT productivity gains - many email
admins spend up to 20% of their time recovering deleted emails
- Lower future email system capital requirements,
in the form of fewer email servers and reductions in network
- Reduce backup and restore times
- Increase user productivity
by easing the growing hassle of managing their email inbox
What you can expect
Your morning starts out with a buffet breakfast
and ends with a giveaway from our event sponsors. The agenda
includes time for Q&A, networking opportunities and tons
of valuable information. And you'll benefit from these key sessions:
Session 1: Why Archive: Getting Everyone
How do you address the problem? What are the real problems
you are trying to solve with archiving? Should you invest
in archiving, or are you better off simply deleting old email
messages and files? Infrastructure is important, but the
key to a successful archiving solution is understanding
the real problems that you are trying to solve. This opening
segment will address the main reasons to consider email and
file archiving and its significance to the IT, legal and business units.
Our expert will define the issues a company must consider
in responding to these major problems. Topics covered include:
- Why should the business care about email
and file archiving?
- Does email and file archiving help or hurt e-discovery?
- How do you maneuver through the compliance
- Should you ever delete email, and if so
when and how?
- How do you manage users who are email pack
- What are the real benefits and drawbacks of archiving (you may be surprised)?
- How can IT and legal build a consensus on email archiving?
- How do you build a business case for deploying
an archiving system?
- Real-life example
- Best practices
- Loss of audience participation
Session 2: Email and File Archiving:
How to Get Started
You are ready to take the
plunge, and enter the world of email and file archiving. The
question is: How do you go from need to implementation? This
session will show you how to get started on your first archiving
project, the steps involved and what to look out for. Specifically,
it will cover:
- How to get started
- Where projects get stuck in "committee" and how to unstick
- What email do you need to save
- How to build a consensus on archiving policy
- How good does your policy need to be before you can implement archiving?
- Effective project plans -- and where not
- What the different types of policies are,
what works and what doesn’t
- Questions you should have answered before
- Real-life examples
- How much of this is a process problem, and
how much should be addressed by IT
- Best practices
Session 3: Selecting and Designing
an Email Archiving Infrastructure
The IT infrastructure for email processing
and storage changes when archiving is the end goal. This segment
will help IT administrators define their email archiving needs
with potential architectures, and present issues to consider
when considering an email archiving solution. Topics covered
- Classifying your enterprise architecture
and email infrastructure
- Important issues to consider for architecture
- Overview of different email archiving architectures
- What kind of storage issues come up, and
how to address them
- Usability, security, education and training
- Software requirements: Do you need journaling
or hierarchical storage management?
- Rule of thumb costs
- Evaluating email archiving vendors
- A real-life sizing and costing example
- Best practices
Session 4: Selecting and Designing a
File Archiving Infrastructure
Companies are seeing explosive
growth on file stores, both in employee data, and in critical
supportive documents for business processing. At the same time,
organizations are increasingly concerned about privacy and other
information contained in their file stores. This segment will
review strategies for managing files through archiving and discovery
tools, processes and policies. Topics covered include:
- File-based storage resource management vs.
content-based archiving -- how they differ and why it matters
- Characterizing your file system for archiving
- File archiving architectures -- how vendors
have different approaches
- Scalability and performance -- two important
issues to watch out for
- Creating file data privacy processes --
how archiving can support privacy initiatives
- Storage systems and media requirements
- Software requirements for file archiving
- Making it transparent to the end users
- Migrating files -- what works
- Case study showing return on investment
and reduced operating costs
- Best practices
Register online for the seminar here. By phone, call Annabelle Bozin at
508-621-5530 to reserve your seat today.