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Since their creation, organisations all over the world have depended on email to conduct their business. Emails, therefore, contain large amounts of critical business data, usually stored on archives for compliance and legacy purposes.
The question of what to do with email archives has been around for decades now, but the answer has changed throughout that time. Today, many organisations are eager to integrate their archives into cloud-based solutions already in use for email, as part of a strategy that sees the line between archived and live emails blurred. For others, it’s a case of wanting to maintain tight control over IP or a reliable way to maintain communications data.
This research will reveal why organisations are retaining archived email data, how organisations are storing their email data today, and their plans for the future. It will also gauge the primary drivers for migrating email archives to the cloud – from compliance and control to visibility and business intelligence. Finally, it will explore some of the concerns and blockers organisations are experiencing around migration, and how they might be overcome.
Content Strategist & Research Analyst, Enterprise TechnologyView presenter info
Andrew is an enterprise technology writer, editor, publisher, strategist and consultant; illuminating digital transformation in the connected world and educating businesses on the opportunities and challenges presented by cloud and edge computing, the Internet of Things, automation, AI, and Big Data. He is a former Editor and Publisher of Internet of Business and now oversees Incisive Works’ enterprise technology thought-leadership content creation, including multimedia digital experiences, whitepapers, webinars, videos, and podcasts
Co-founder and Chief Executive Officer, Trusted Data SolutionsView presenter info
Chris Clark is the co-founder and Chief Executive Officer of New York-based Trusted Data Solutions (TDS) and leads the company’s overall business strategy and direction. Prior to TDS, Clark was the Chief Operating Officer of National Data Conversion (NDC). Under Clark’s leadership, TDS has grown into a global powerhouse for everything legacy data. Clark and his team have established an unparalleled reputation and expertise in the areas of legacy data transformation, including back up tape restoration, archive migration, and voice compliance management in the context of large e-discovery and compliance initiatives. Since its inception in 2009 in New York, TDS has opened an EMEA headquarters in the United Kingdom, APAC headquarters in Singapore, a 44,000 square foot National Data Restoration Center and now present in over 12 countries across four continents. Clark has since been invited in numerous industry panels and symposia in the US and UK as an industry leader. Clark has extensive experiences incubating and growing various technology-led organizations in the US, UK, Germany and Eastern Europe. Since the start of his career in the media industry in the early 1980s, he has launched multiple innovative programs, cable channels, networks and media companies in the US and Europe.
Director TrueSwift LtdView presenter info
After periods of time living in America and France, Kris returned to the UK and graduated from university in London with a 1st Class Honours technical computing degree in 1991. Following graduation, Kris held various technical roles with Digital Equipment before progressing through acquisition and a VC-funded management buyout to data archiving start-up KVS in 1999. Whilst at KVS, Kris was part of a small team pioneering the creation & delivery of data archiving consulting services. Following immense company success and sale of KVS to Veritas/Symantec in 2005, Kris became head of Symantec’s Data Archiving & Migration professional services team with responsibility for business development and delivery of large scale data archiving & migration projects to major enterprises around the world. In 2010, Kris and his business partner spun-off from Symantec and formed TrueSwift, an IT services company specialising in data archiving & the migration of archived data. Although focussed on business development and managing the company, Kris still maintains a keen technical interest across all customer engagements. In his spare time Kris coached rugby to U18 level and is a school governor at a local primary school. Kris recently became a trustee of TourAid, a rugby-based charity working to build legacies between UK schools and orphanages in under-privileged countries. Kris has spent time in Kenya and Tanzania to further develop TourAid’s reach in those countries.