E-mail Archiving: A Storage Problem After All

December 2003
Storage Magazine;Dec2003, Vol. 2 Issue 10, p12
Looks into e-mail archiving and compliance in the U.S. Efforts of several companies to create solutions to e-mail management problems; Increasing importance of e-mail.


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