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Everteam: The Future of Content Management
  The Future of Content Management:
Using Application Archiving Strategy to Solve Indefinite
Enterprise Data and Content Growth Problems

- 11:00AM PT / 2:00PM ET

Today, modernization projects are happening on numerous fronts: Business unit leaders want to onboard cloud-based and mobile centric applications that improve user experiences. Compliance and legal teams need integrated tactics to reduce the risk of unstructured content. IT architects want to "clear the way" for new technologies by simplifying existing infrastructure.

What's blocking all of these projects? The mounds of legacy data that has accumulated over the years in HR, ERP and other production systems.

In a recent survey, over 60% of companies polled said keeping inactive data in these systems is increasing their compliance risks, storage costs and the inability to retire legacy systems.

Leaving old data in its native system is a waste of maintenance and storage costs. Yet, migration would be expensive and high-risk, and deleting it would violate retention requirements and not be defensible in a legal proceeding.

In this webinar, we'll share the survey results and demonstrate how application archiving enables companies to:
  • Capture content at the source, when it is created, throughout the enterprise
  • Automatically classify data and content and extract critical metadata values
  • Apply retention rules and legal holds on all content regardless of it's type or source system
  • Reduce storage and maintenance costs of existing production applications and improve system performance.
  • Simplify the process of decommissioning systems and business transformation.
You'll walk away with a more cost-effective, compliant method for managing inactive data and outdated content that satisfies the entire enterprise, from compliance units to business leaders and IT management.

REGISTER NOW to join us for this FREE Web event.

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Ken Lownie
VP of Customer Success
Abdullah Daoud
VP of Product Management
Marydee Ojala
Conference Program Director
Information Today, Inc.