International law firm archives terabytes of email -- and helps the environment in the process

June 2008
IM@T.Online;Jun2008, p4
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Case Study
The article presents a case study of Loyens & Loeff NV, which exchanges between 4 GigaBytes (GB) and 5 GB of electonic mails (e-mails) and associated attachments every day, and estimatedly its archives may grow to 40 TeraBytes (TB) inthe next 5-years. It states that the company enlisted the assistance of local integrator 2E2 Data Management, which developed 2-level archive strategy that recommended the use of Ultra Density Optical (UDO) Archive Appliance from Plasmon Inc. for long-term storage.


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