Articles by Sean Regan
Archiving as the Cornerstone for E-Discovery
Five Steps Forward
In the mid-1960s, the term "email" was simply a way to transfer electronic information from one user's directory to another on the same computer. In the 1970s, email as we now know it evolved through the development of standards...
“The Dog Ate My Homework...”
...and Other Poor Excuses for Not Archiving
At first glance, the recent survey on email archiving by the Storage Networking Industry Association (SNIA) seems to contradict itself. It found that while most companies realize they have to retain email and other electronic records for at least 50 years, most admit they are "highly dissatisfied"...