Document Storage Tips: Inside The Email Vault

Law360, New York (September 4, 2014, 6:28 PM EDT) -- Information — including email — is the lifeblood of many modern businesses, and enterprises depend upon reliable information services such as email servers and document storage systems. However, every piece of information takes up space on enterprise's storage devices or servers, and to put a new twist on an old cliché — increasingly, "enterprise database storage space (rather than time) is money." Often, older data is removed from production systems so that high volumes of stored information do not slow down day-to-day operations. This also helps to reduce overall costs. Thus, most companies run a combination of email archiving systems, document management systems, and in some cases, cloud-based backup systems....

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