Eliminating the hidden risk resident on legacy backup tapes generally pays for itself –sometimes in mere months. One area of escalating risk and cost to the enterprise is unmanaged information. Whether resident on seemingly self-propagating data archives, forgotten shared drives or mounting stores of legacy backup tapes, unmanaged information not only accounts for an increasingly large percentage of a company’s IT budget, it also represents an unknown and seemingly unknowable risk.
How can legal teams help their clients proactively manage user data within tight budgets and ensure that corporate information management policies are implemented?
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Index Engines launches a new program today, which offers it’s Octane for Exchange/Notes email archive at the affordable price of $50,000. The Octane compliance archive includes connection to a single email server with the ability to unlock up to 100 user mailbox accounts for collection into the repository. Additional mailbox accounts can be purchased as needed.
The $50,000 promotional pricing will remain in effect until December 31, 2011 and includes installation, training and the first year of support.
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Thursday Nov 17, 2011 at 2:00 PM EST
Legacy backup tapes are an unnecessary expense. They are no longer required for Disaster Recovery; however, you can’t get rid of them because they may contain data required by legal and compliance. Organizations waste millions of dollars storing tapes, maintaining legacy backup environments and resources, as well as buying new tapes because they can’t recycle them.
This webinar will discuss how other organizations are utilizing this technology for cost saving projects, such as:
Legacy Tape Remediation – extracted a small volume of relevant content, from tape based on policy and remediated the bulk of legacy tapes in offsite storage.
Data Center Consolidation – retired non production backup environments and utilized the more cost effective Octane to manage catalogs and tapes.
Go Tapeless – stopped making physical backup tapes for long term storage.
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In honor of Halloween, Index Engines launches a new program today which offers review of up to 40 “mystery” backup tapes for $50 per tape (plus S&H) through November 30th. Most corporations have mystery tapes – old backup tapes lying around on shelves and in offsite storage – contents of which are unknown but could come back to haunt them. Index Engines’ “Look and Learn” cloud service delivers detailed knowledge of user files and email on legacy tapes without the need to create the original backup environment. Information governance strategies are now incorporating legacy tape content to secure what should be saved and purge what is no longer required, managing future liability.
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Collecting electronically stored information (ESI) from backup tapes has been a time consuming and expensive process. The content archived on backup tapes is extremely valuable as it is a point in time snapshot of files and email based on the date of the backup. However, this data is not typically leveraged as it has been expensive to identify and collect.
The new cloud-based tape discovery service from Index Engines changes that, now view and cull tape content starting at $50 per tape. Attend this webinar to learn more about this cost-effective convenient eDiscovery service for legacy tape data.
Date/Time of Webinar: Nov 3, 2011 2:00PM EDT.
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Index Engines, the leader in enterprise discovery technology, today announced Octane Version 4, a major new release of its information management platform. Octane Version 4 extends the Index Engines’ product line with a new compliance archive and a powerful new (GUI) that supports the automated search, management and long-term retention of user files and emails.
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Toby Brown from 3 Geeks and a Law Blog interviews Jim McGann on: Are Corporations Ready for Litigation Readiness?
Toby Brown: To what extent do you think the corporate world is finally ready for litigation readiness, after so much lip service about it over the past several years?
Jim McGann: Legal issues might force the corporate world to become litigation ready even if they aren’t now. The courts are not just asking anymore – they are insisting that data be retrieved for litigation. The technology now exists to make this easier and cheaper than it has been in the past, and today’s corporations must be informed and ready to use it.
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Join Index Engines on October 20th for a webinar discussing advancements in data assessment tools and see a live demonstration of Octane, Index Engines new technology for early data assessment now delivering powerful identification, collection and management solutions, for ESI.
Date: Thursday, October 20, 2011
Time: 2:00PM – 3:00PM EDT
Join Index Engines on Thur. Sept. 29th, for a webinar discussing the liability of backup tapes and new technology that makes tape discovery for proactive governance of legacy data a feasible and cost-effective endeavor. Attend this webinar and learn how you can build a complete, defensible solution to manage legacy backup tape risk and expense.
Date: Thursday, September 29, 2011
Time: 2:00 PM – 2:45 PM EDT
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Index Engines today announced their cloud services were integral to the recent success of a significant electronic discovery project executed by Innovative Discovery, a full-service e-discovery provider with offices in Washington D.C. and New York City. Index Engines’ cloud-based tape load service provides a convenient and cost effective access to tape data for eDiscovery.
Innovative Discovery, an Index Engines partner, was faced with an eDiscovery challenge. The dataset consisted of 464 DLT backup tapes with 21 terabytes of information, including 350 million total files (of which 223.9 million alone were email) from 2400 custodians. The dataset comprised nearly 10 years of corporate electronically stored information. Using Index Engines’ cloud services, Innovative Discovery reduced the haystack down to 7 custodians; indexed, culled and tagged the data; and extracted the 81GB of relevant data, all in 25 days. Innovative Discovery is a current Index Engines partner, however they called on the Index Engines cloud service to assist with this job because of the scale and demanding timeframes.