Many companies are moving their email, file systems, data archives, basically all of their unstructured data to the cloud for cost savings, increased security, and ease of access. Finding the right data migration vendor with the correct capabilities and technology to ensure the migration goes off without a hitch is important to make sure the project adheres to deadline, avoids employee disruption, creates a full audit of the migration process, and ensures the data migration is legally defensible. Likely, the last thing you are thinking about is whether your migration vendor has duplicated your or your customer’s data for ulterior purposes.
We recently caught up with George Crump, Founder of the well-known analyst firm, Storage Switzerland to provide an update on Archive360 and its technology solutions, as well as provide a sneak peek at what's to come. And, I guess he liked what he heard, because the result was a Briefing Note entitled, "Breaking the Archive Dead End".
Due to the recent acquisition of Daegis/AXS-One by OpenText and the subsequent drastic reduction in R&D and support staff, it is apparent to the AXS-One customer base that the product has reached a de facto end-of-life.
Happy Halloween! To help you get in the mood for all things strange, spooky or just plain kooky, today’s blog brings you the top ten most frightening email archive migrations that our team has ever encountered.
Finding that the US cannot assure an adequate level of data protection to EU residents, the European Union’s Court of Justice invalidated the 15 year old “Safe Harbor” agreement negotiated by the EU and US.
“The verdict of the European Court of Justice is a strong signal for more data protection and greater protection of privacy
A storm is brewing in international data security on several fronts that leaves US companies operating in Europe vulnerable.
The first storm front involves a September 23
Many email migration vendors have taken the easier path and have built their migration applications around aging and poorly documented email archiving platform APIs.
Companies that purchased legacy email archives are now looking for ways to move away from these problematic and expensive white elephants to newer and less expensive email archiving solutions. A major question many are struggling with
Over the years, thousands of organizations have purchased email archiving solutions. Many of these email archives
Many legal professionals aren't aware that there is more to defensibly migrating an email archive in response to eDiscovery than simply copying the journaled email store. In the previous blog titled “What I Don’t Know Can Hurt Me;
Migrating content from an email archive can be a risky process if you are doing it in response
In the most recent blog post, we discussed how to migrate emails, attachments, contacts, notes, tasks, and appointments from obsolete or abandoned email archives. We also suggested that the proper migration process included moving all content from the archive to a staging platform to conduct further analysis
Migrating data from your old email archive is not a simple matter… that is if you want to do it right. The complexity of email archive migration is influenced by the following questions:
Now that you’ve decided to migrate from your old, soon-to-be-obsolete email archive, where should you put the email, attachments, message reminders, message categories,
In the last several blogs, we have discussed the issues related to abandoned email archives and dark data. Those issues centering on the risks and cost associated with pulling data out of an abandoned email archive because a regulatory agency has asked for specific data that could actually still be in your old email archive, or even worse,
Email archive solutions were a big deal 10 years ago. Everyone was scrambling to be sure they were capturing all email for regulatory and eDiscovery reasons. With Microsoft Exchange 2013
One of the fears many IT professionals have is getting the dreaded phone call from a vendor saying that the application your organization has been relying on for years