Archiving – the origins & the future Today, enterprise information archiving is the norm and a best practice for organizations of all sizes, public and private, in and outside regulated industries. But how did it all begin? As an archiving company, we were eager to explore how archiving has evolved from cuneiform tablets and papyrus […]
What is stubbing? Email stubbing is the process in which email attachments or entire email messages are moved from a user’s mailbox to an external archive location. However, the content isn’t completely removed from the original mailbox – what’s left behind is a remnant or a “stub” – essentially a smaller version of the email […]
In November 2018, 20,000 people protested in a massive Google walkout after it was revealed that Andy Rubin, the “father of Android”, received a $90 million severance package while Google chose to conceal the fact that his resignation had been triggered by sexual misconduct allegations. It was later revealed that Google had protected three top […]
In regulated industries, where compliance laws mandate records retention, archiving corporate email has long been an established practice. However, as new laws gets passed and old ones get updated, it can easily happen that an archiving solution that once used to meet all your archiving needs may suddenly become inadequate. Moreover, enterprise information archiving and […]
Why Every Email Matters: Learn from Politicians The former president Bush’s office reportedly amassed 200 million emails during his term. Those emails needed to be stored for historical records and security reasons. The issue with this many emails is that they can’t be put away without being checked for sensitive information. They first needed to […]
Social networking is no longer a new concept in business operations. It’s invaluable for marketing or customer engagement and plays a major role in attracting and retaining clients. The unique element of social, the one that makes it stand out among many other efforts to interact with clients, is the two-way nature of communication. However, […]
When it comes to issues like compliance and eDiscovery, a lot of businesses tend to adopt the “It will never happen to me“ approach. However, all companies have the potential to be involved in lawsuits. When that happens, eDiscovery soon becomes a big issue. The legal process of eDiscovery, i.e. the sharing of documents between […]
Osterman Research believes that the majority of Exchange-enabled organizations will require the use of third-party archiving tools to provide additional functionality not available with native Exchange archiving. This executive brief provides an overview of the native archiving capabilities in Exchange, and it discusses why third-party archiving solutions will continue to be necessary.