Archivers of the Lost E-mails


Here's the good news: A majority of institutional investment firms see e-mail archiving as a critical part of their overall compliance activities. Now the not-so-good news: As e-mail volumes have grown, so have storage requirements. This makes online storage for the bulk of e-mails impractical. Many investment firms have stored old e-mails on backup tapes, only to find when they are pressed to reproduce the aging messages—sometimes at the point of a subpoena—the retrieval of such records becomes

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