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Everything from data security to a self managed cloud, learn more on how you can gain control of your future.

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EDiscovery | Office 365 | Journal | Archive | live journaling

By: Bill Tolson
February 22nd, 2019

Does your organization utilize Office 365 for email? Is your organization required to journal email for compliance, legal, or business requirements? Do your Attorneys complain about the time it takes to find information for an eDiscovery request? If the answer is yes to any of these questions, then keep reading.

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Journal | Azure | Exchange Journal | Microsoft Cloud | Financial services | live journaling

By: Bill Tolson
November 15th, 2018

Companies moving to Office 365 must decide what they should do with their on-premise compliance journals. The issue is Office 365 does not allow for journal mailboxes, so many companies have created workarounds. They include: Utilizing shared mailboxes for journal data Exploding legacy journals so they can migrate the journaled individual emails into the associated custodian mailboxes Keeping your on-premise Exchange server active is expensive. Using a proprietary third-party cloud is also expensive and risks the issue of vendor lock-in, otherwise known as data prison.

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Office 365 | Journal | Azure | Archive2Azure | Cloud archiving | live journaling

By: Bill Tolson
October 30th, 2018

So, you’ve decided to move your on premise email system to Office 365/Exchange Online for cost savings, higher security, and scalability. However, before you begin the migration, a question you should ask is; does my organization journal email for compliance, legal, or business requirements? If your company does, then read on.

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Azure | Archive2Azure | live journaling

By: Bill Tolson
September 14th, 2018

The financial services industry has been relying on journaling for decades to meet regulatory retention requirements for electronic communications. In fact, it's still a necessity for companies in the financial services industry. Financial services (finserv) organizations must archive all communications that occur when target employees communicate with others in such a way as to ensure “copy of record” status – or in other words the message can be proven to have not been altered or deleted. It's important to understand the difference between journaling and archiving. Email journaling is the ability to capture and protect all email traffic. Alternatively, archiving refers to moving copies of captured email to an information management system where it is secured, managed, (retention/disposition), and indexed for quick search. Journaling was developed by Microsoft almost two decades ago to enable companies under SEC regulation to capture and protect email from target brokers and traders. However, many other government regulations suggest employing a journaling-like capability.

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EDiscovery | Office 365 | Journal | Azure | Archive2Azure | Cloud archiving | live journaling

By: Bill Tolson
June 14th, 2018

So, you’ve decided to move your on premise email system to Office 365/Exchange Online for cost savings, higher security, and scalability. However, before you begin the migration, a question you should ask is; does my organization journal email for compliance, legal, or business requirements? If your company does, then read on.