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Why are you not archiving yet?

November 27, 2017 - Hannah Rachel Smith - Cloud Business Development Rep

At the brink of 2018, I can pretty safely say that the majority of organizations know that they need to maintain their electronic communications and information, and they understand why. And if you don’t understand why, it doesn’t really matter because it’s a regulatory priority and you can’t really get away much longer without adhering. With that being said, let’s try to really understand what happens to our emails and why using an email archiving solution is important
What is Email Archiving?

2 things NOT to do while archiving your social media

June 30, 2017 - Hannah Rachel Smith - Cloud Business Development Rep

In 2012, President Obama issued a command for “Building a 21st Century Digital Government,” requiring the use of online and mobile tools to make government services easier to use. Since then, thousands of agencies have been using web and social media tools to achieve the goal of “transparent, participatory, collaborative government”. This is great for creating an open and communicative culture and trust for government, but how do you comply with eDiscovery requests while publishing so much volume on social media?

How to get "cloud ready"

June 12, 2017 - Hannah Rachel Smith - Cloud Business Development Rep

It’s unavoidable – at some point you will more than likely “move to the cloud”. A McKinsey study showed that in 2015, 77% of enterprises used traditionally built IT infrastructure as the primary environment for at least one workload; they predict that this will drop to 43% by 2018. But just because McKinsey says other people are doing it, does that mean you should too? And if you decide that answer is yes how do you personalize it to fit your companies’ unique goals?


October 16, 2015 - Hannah Rachel Smith - Cloud Business Development Rep

Oct 16th, 2015 

“Office 365 is the new Exchange and one will cannibalize the other. The key is to ensure that current Exchange customers can transition on their own terms.”
- Satya Nadella, CEO of Microsoft