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Email Archiving

Email Archiving: E-mail archiving is a systematic approach to saving and protecting the data contained in e-mail messages so it can be accessed quickly at a later date. In the past, companies often relied on end-users to maintain their own individual e-mail archives. The IT department would back up e-mail, but not in a manner that made messages searchable. If a specific e-mail needed to be traced, it often took weeks to find it. With today's compliance legislation and legal discovery rules, it has become necessary for many IT departments to manage the entire company's e-mail archiving in bulk so specific messages can be located in minutes, not weeks.( Source: TechTarget )

AOL Announces Cloud Email Service

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AOL are to offer a new, cloud-based email service, which was offered on a limited preview yesterday, that automatically sorts inbox content in order to "help combat inbox fatigue”. The new service doesn’t force users to get a new email address as they can use existing accounts. Alto is available by invitation only at the moment and is a client that works with all of the po ...   read more

Survey finds 45% SMBs fail to adopt Email Archival Technology

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A leading SMB security services provider recently survey by a to understand how their clients deploy email archival technology to extract useful business intelligence from their email-histories, revealed the lack-lustre of optimisation of this useful technology in 200 businesses located in US and UK. According to the survey, one in six businesses in the UK, are unaware that the huge collateral content contained in their archived emails can be mined to extract business intelligence. < ...   read more