Metalogix Software, the trusted provider of content lifecycle management solutions for Microsoft® SharePoint®, Exchange®, and Cloud platforms, today announced a webinar which will help companies prepare Microsoft Exchange email for eDiscovery collections. The webinar, titled “Preparing for eDiscovery,” will take place on October 4, 2011 at 11:30 am. EST. Christine Taylor, strategic analyst at Taneja Group, and Patrick Dowling, vice president of business development at Metalogix, will be presenting.
eDiscovery is hitting Exchange administrators hard in mid-tier businesses because administrators are responsible for collecting this enormous volume of Exchange data, often housed across multiple servers and backup tapes. In this webinar, Patrick Dowling will discuss how Metalogix Archive Manager – Exchange Edition allows administrators to perform eDiscovery rapidly and conveniently in a defined and repeatable workflow.
Christine Taylor, analyst of the Taneja Group, will bring insight by going step-by-step through the eDiscovery process and discuss what IT and Exchange administrators can do to address the problem proactively. Christine has researched and written extensively on the role of technology in eDiscovery, compliance and governance, and information management and will share best practices for addressing these challenges.
“eDiscovery tends to focus on Exchange because of email’s role as the de facto platform for communication and collaboration within and between organizations,” said Patrick Dowling, vice president of business development, Metalogix. “Without third party tools, performing electronic data discovery in reaction to litigation in Exchange environments is a nightmare and this burden has consistently fallen on IT staff members who are unequipped to react and stretched for time to perform complex and non-standard processes. Email archiving solutions like Archive Manager – Exchange Edition not only provide the functionality and workflow to perform eDiscovery, but also free up the Exchange administrator by enabling more appropriate non-IT staff to focus on executing the eDiscovery process without violating data security, integrity or privacy concerns.”
Archive Manager - Exchange Edition reduces email storage costs by up to 80 percent and reduces backup and recovery times by 50 percent. It has successfully archived billions of emails and has simplified the jobs of thousands of customers worldwide. It is easy to install and is transparent to end users, while providing feature-rich search and legal hold capabilities. External email archiving complements Exchange 2010 to meet industry standards for Exchange performance and ensure legal compliance with more secure data retention and rapid eDiscovery.
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About Metalogix Archive Manager–Exchange Edition
Metalogix Archive Manager is the market leading e-mail and file archive solution for the mid-market. Through its powerful single instance and hierarchal storage management, you can meet your compliance and performance requirements. Archive Manager is transparent to end-users, minimizes Exchange mailbox and unstructured content storage requirements, improves search and recovery at the e-mail and mailbox level and establishes an efficient and standardized eDiscovery workflow. Archive Manager simultaneously enhances Exchange performance and uptime, allowing for reduced server and administration costs and with continuous access to data.
Metalogix (metalogix.com) is the trusted provider of innovative content lifecycle management solutions for Microsoft SharePoint, Exchange and Cloud platforms. We deliver high-performance solutions to scale and cost-effectively manage, migrate, store, archive and protect enterprise content. Metalogix provides global support to thousands of customers and strategic partners and is a Microsoft Gold Partner and GSA provider. Metalogix is a privately held company backed by Insight Venture Partners and Bessemer Venture Partners.
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