The native archiving capabilities in Microsoft Exchange 2013 are useful and represent a reasonable evolution of the archiving features and functions that were initially offered in Exchange 2010. However, for many regulated companies or those subject to a lot of litigation, the native archiving capabilities of Microsoft Exchange are not enough. They need to be supplemented with third-party archiving tools. Download now and learn more!
Despite the range of functionality offered in Office 365, like any cloud-based offering, it cannot be all things to all customers. There are features missing in Office 365 that will prompt some customers to consider the use of third-party, cloud-based, or on-premise tools to enhance Office 365’s native capabilities. Specifically, these third-party enhancements are focused primarily on the security, archiving, and encryption capabilities built into Office 365. Read now!
Recent Microsoft® Exchange editions have basic archiving functionality, but highly regulated and publicly-held companies are likely to require more sophisticated third-party archiving solutions with advanced compliance, e-discovery and legal hold capabilities. Read this report to learn why content should be archived, what native archiving functionality in Exchange can (and cannot) do and recommendations for defining your archiving practices.