Evaluate E-mail Archiving Options Using Assessment Tool

John Storts

Many organizations must archive or otherwise retain all e-mail messages to comply with federal regulations. As IT Business Edge contributor Kim Mays defines them, message archiving systems save and protect data in e-mail messages "so it can be organized, searched and accessed quickly" in the future.

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Do you know your options and alternatives when it comes to determining whether to archive your organization's e-mail? Info-Tech Research Group's E-mail Archiving Appropriateness Assessment Tool presents a set of questions to help you determine if e-mail archiving is the right solution for your environment among the alternatives, including maintaining the status quo.


Don't waste time and money on solutions that aren't appropriate for your current and future e-mail practices.

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Dec 29, 2011 4:17 AM email archiving solutions email archiving solutions  says:

Other than complying with federal regulatives, email archiving can help a lot with excessive amount of data in inbox.

Jan 3, 2012 11:58 AM John Storts John Storts  says: in response to email archiving solutions

Thanks for the good advice and the link!


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