New White Paper Now Available: Extend the Value of your Data Domain Investment
by: Jim McGann, Index Engines, VP of Information Discovery
When organizations are faced with legal hold and preservation requests, they turn to their EMC Data Domain storage platform. Data Domain contains valuable user data that is collected and secured into backup images for the purposes of disaster recovery.
When a legal or compliance request is made, simply archiving the appropriate backup image preserves the relevant content. However, this is a flawed process and results in saving far too much user data, which clutters and quickly fills the Data Domain storage platform.
In this White Paper learn:
How to get full access and management of user files and email, within Data Domain backup images, regardless of the backup software utilized.
How to streamline legal hold and preservation requests – resulting in reduced storage capacity.
How one organization’s deployment of an indexing solution in a Data Domain environment freed up significant storage space.
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Smarter access and management of your D2D Backup will save time and storage costs
As user data moves into backup images, it becomes difficult to manage. This challenge has resulted in increased storage costs and extended backup windows, due to inefficient knowledge of the content on your D2D Backup. With detailed knowledge, data can be managed more effectively. Legal hold and preservation requests can be satisfied quickly and efficiently. Data on hold can be moved to an archive and then expired when appropriate. Redundant content can be eliminated. A large percentage of what is being backed up on a daily basis can be better managed and eliminated, based on knowledge of the content.
Using direct backup image access, from Index Engines, extends the life of your D2D backup system and support for legal and compliance policies can be simplified. This White Paper will show you how streamlining the backup process saves time, money and long term storage costs.
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