Exchange 2010 includes a number of new capabilities,
including email archiving. Does that mean medium and larger
organizations don’t need third-party archiving solutions?
A new study by Osterman Research reveals that there are many
unknowns and misconceptions when it comes to Exchange 2010
While many medium and large-sized organizations have already
deployed 2010, they are still not familiar with Exchange
2010’s true capabilities, nor have they decided how best to
handle archiving for legal, storage and compliance goals.
Many IT decision makers believe that the built-in archiving
capabilities of Microsoft Exchange 2010 will meet all of
their content archiving requirements. While Exchange 2010
archiving is a good start for many, most organizations will
still require third-party archiving solutions.
Join Michael Osterman, president and founder of Osterman
Research and Martin Tuip of Iron Mountain Digital, as they
present results of a recent survey on Exchange 2010
deployments and attitudes on archiving, an overview of its
archiving capabilities, and the case for third party
archiving with Exchange 2010. You will come away with
valuable information on how the Exchange 2010 archiving
capabilities work and what a third-party archive can – and
cannot – do for you.
In this 60-minute Webinar, you will discover:
What other organizations are experiencing with
Exchange 2010 as they move forward with its
Common archiving challenges organizations are facing
with Exchange 2010.
Why third-party archiving solutions will continue to
be needed with Exchange 2010.
What you should looko for in an archiving solution.
January 12, 2011
Osterman Research, Inc.
Iron Mountain Digital