Sponsored by: Proofpoint
Electronic content archiving – the process of capturing, indexing and placing data into long-term storage for later search and retrieval – has been a best practice for many years, particularly in industries that are more heavily regulated, such as financial services, energy, life sciences, healthcare and government. The digital transformation has resulted in the integration of digital technology into all areas of a business, resulting in fundamental changes in how a business operates and the value they deliver to their customers through varied set of communication and collaboration systems. All these new communications have an impact on an organization’s compliance and legal readiness. So why is archiving all electronics critical to your organization, and what are some effective ways to approach this?
Join Proofpoint’s expert Martin Tuip and Michael Osterman of Osterman Research as we deep dive into archiving your electronic content, and what an archiving solution looks like.
In this session, we’ll share:
- How an archiving solution can be used for both defensive purposes and as a proactive tool to glean insight and intelligence about an organization’s operations
- How to use them to detect problems before they turn into big problems
- Best practices on moving forward with next-generation archiving