Email and Electronic Communication Archiving
Improve efficiency, reduce the cost and risk associated with legal discovery, and automate retention and disposal policies for compliance.
Email and Electronic Communication Archiving solutions reduce the costs and risks associated with legal discovery and increase efficiency by automating retention and disposal policies. EMC and partners offer Email and Electronic Communication Archiving solutions that integrate with all major messaging environments, including Microsoft Exchange and IBM Lotus Notes/Domino, as well as Bloomberg and SMTP messages—plus full integration with EMC® Centera®.
- Enterprise Application Archiving - Archive and manage SAP, enterprise reports, document images, and SharePoint content to meet compliance and e-discovery mandates, operational efficiency needs, and improved access.
- File System Archiving - Automatically archive inactive file data from direct-attached storage, SAN-attached storage, and network-attached storage (NAS) in UNIX, Linux, and Windows server environments
- Integrated Content Archiving - Leverage a unified archiving software platform and common policies to strengthen compliance practices, create operational cost efficiencies, and enable improved information re-use.
- SharePoint Archiving - The EMC SharePoint Archiving solution provides an enterprise infrastructure for centralized control of SharePoint content.
- Improved operational efficiency — Proactively manage tier-one storage requirements by offloading content from the production servers to an online archive.
- Proactively managed mailbox sizes — Achieve nearly infinite mailboxes by reducing the burden of aging messages and older attachments in the production environment.
- Increased end user productivity — Grant users instant online and offline access to their mailbox messages—regardless of the age of the e-mails.
- Retrieval of relevant archived e-mails — Support eDiscovery requests quickly and efficiently with advanced search capabilities.
- Risk management — Eliminate the need for users to create risky .PST/.NSF files and enforce consistent e-mail policies.