Organizations retain far too much data. Users archive email on their desktops. Old files and documents are hidden away on legacy backup tapes. As employees leave a company their data lives on in network servers and is never purged.
A defensible deletion strategy is one where user data is known and either archived or remediated according to policy. This process is not only a “house cleaning” operation to clean up old data sources, such as legacy tape content, but also an ongoing process to manage data created during the normal course of business.
This webinar will show how to implement a defensible deletion policy and intelligently manage user files and email according to corporate policies in order to free up IT resources.
Date: May 3, 2012 2:00PM EST
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