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  • White Papers // Mar 2013

    Far From Home: Keeping Data Safe, No Matter Where It Travels

    With businesses of all sizes evolving rapidly into considerably more dispersed and complex operations, true enterprise data backup and recovery becomes a more challenging prospect. Also, it’s easy to cast remote offices as liabilities—weak links in an otherwise strong chain. But with careful remote-office, branch-office (ROBO) planning, your far-flung operations...

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  • White Papers // Mar 2013

    Backup Software: Nine Must-Ask Questions

    Applications that give your business the ability to catalog, track and retrieve tape-backup data should be low maintenance, easy to use and flexible. Here’s a short list of features to consider.

    Provided By Iron Mountain

  • White Papers // Mar 2013

    Plan Now: Worry Less After

    When is the best time for your and your team to prepare a post-disaster to-do list? Hint: It’s not during the hurricane. Preparing for a disaster before it happens saves you time during a crisis—and besides, who really wants to be writing a high-level to-do list of critical items in...

    Provided By Iron Mountain

  • White Papers // Mar 2013

    Downtime Costs: What Do You Really Stand to Lose?

    Few companies are immune to paralyzing technology glitches. The bottom line—and this is a true bottom-line issue—is that downtime costs money. And let’s face it; nothing speaks louder than a threat to the bottom line. So you need to do the math. Assemble a team of advisers and experts...

    Provided By Iron Mountain

  • White Papers // Mar 2013

    It's 3 a.m. Do You Know Where Your Records Are?

    How confident are you that your company can restore backup data to fulfill legal or audit requests, or restore business operations after a disaster? The right partner can help you get data back online quickly and efficiently. Read on to learn if your restoration plan on track...

    Provided By Iron Mountain

  • White Papers // Mar 2013

    Build a Better Data and Recovery Backup Plan: The First Five Steps

    A bulletproof backup strategy isn’t rocket science—although it may seem that way. When you break it down into these essential parts, developing your plan suddenly seems more doable. Here are five steps to get it done.

    Provided By Iron Mountain

  • White Papers // Mar 2013

    The (Business) Day After: Making a Double Rebound from Disaster

    Companies backup systems so they can carry on in the aftermath of calamity. But what happens when the devastation is so fierce that it hits the backups too? It’s almost unthinkable. What happens when the tapes you’ve created to safeguard your company's valuable data are damaged when a natural or...

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  • White Papers // Mar 2013

    Best Practices: A Checklist for Backup Tapes

    What does it take to build a fail-safe backup system? Start by setting up a comprehensive master plan that covers how to prepare, store and quickly access your crucial information—and then provide for regular testing and updates. With the right system in place, you can ensure that backups are...

    Provided By Iron Mountain

  • White Papers // Mar 2013

    Data Archiving: 10 Common Mistakes (and how to avoid them)

    Are your supposed archiving best practices actually costing your company time and money? Read on to discover the 10 worst things to do (or not do) with your enterprise data backups—and how to mend your errors.

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  • White Papers // Mar 2013

    Encryption Strategies: Decoded

    Encrypting your company’s backup tapes provides a serious front line of defense against prying eyes. Here’s the why and how of building a data backup and recovery plan.

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  • White Papers // Mar 2013

    Tape Archiving: The Classic Choice That Keeps On Going

    You’re not listening to music on eight-tracks or cassette, nor watching movies on VHS. So why are you still archiving to tape? Because it’s still wise to include this flexible, cost-efficient technology in your company’s data backup plan. Here are four reasons why tape remains a solid option....

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  • White Papers // Mar 2013

    Finding the Perfect Backup Partner

    Nervous about using a tape backup partner? That’s natural. After all, the integrity of your company’s data rides on your choice. Still, the process need not be stressful. It really just means asking four simple questions and doing a little homework. When you have your answers, you’ll have your ideal...

    Provided By Iron Mountain

  • White Papers // Mar 2013

    Protecting the Enterprise: How Big Is Your Safety Net?

    Holy Toledo…We Forgot the Branch Offices A smart data backup and recovery plan starts at headquarters and extends throughout each regional and branch office. So what challenges do you face with a truly location-agnostic backup strategy? Read on to learn about the ones you'll probably come across.

    Provided By Iron Mountain

  • White Papers // Mar 2013

    Send Your Tapes to a Better Climate

    Choosing a tape storage partner? Before signing anything, consider its climate—both the facility’s literal climate and the company’s climate of customer service and data access. Otherwise, your organization—and its most sensitive data—may be left out in the cold. Here are a few questions for which you need clear answers before...

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  • White Papers // Mar 2013

    Should it Stay or Should it Go? 10 Steps to Leveraging Data on a Tape Backup System

    Backing up all of your company’s information and storing it on inexpensive tapes in perpetuity might seem like a foolproof approach to backup and recovery. But have you considered the time and resource benefits of a truly strategic retention plan? Read on.

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  • White Papers // Mar 2013

    When It's Time for an Audit, Will You Be Ready?

    If an auditor comes to call, will your offsite data be able to make the appointment? Learn how a smart backup plan keeps you in sync with ever-changing regulatory requirements—and gets you and your vital data to that meeting on time.

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  • White Papers // Mar 2013

    Which Way to the Vault? Developing a Secure Tape Vaulting Strategy

    Your tapes deserve the best protection possible. To make that happen, get to know these best practices for keeping data safe and secure, whether it’s housed onsite or with a trusted partner.

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  • White Papers // Mar 2013

    Tweeting for Keeps: Financial Services and the Social Media Archiving Conundrum

    Social media has set off a data explosion for financial firms. What’s more, rapidly developing industry regulations will have you needing to preserve much of what you thought could be deleted at the end of the day. So how will you cope? Read on to learn more.

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  • White Papers // Mar 2013

    Best Practices in Data Management

    Did you know that more than 50% of companies are concerned about their explosive growth of data storage? Is your company one of them? Over 1,200 of your peers shared their top data management challenges. Access this report to see how your best practices match up. Use this information to...

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  • White Papers // Oct 2011

    Keep business secure with data safety preparations

    Lightning, fire, flood: if your company suffered a catastrophic data loss, would you look back and rue the day you didn't come up with a data safety plan? For small to medium-businesses owners who aren't ready for disaster, their lack of preparedness could mean the end of the company. Before...

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  • Webcasts // Jan 2011

    Are Your PCs and Laptops Recovery and Discovery Ready? (With Laura DuBois of IDC)

    Find out why corporations are quickly adopting a centralized PC Backup and Protection strategy to mitigate their risks from data loss and to gain visibility and accessibility to critical data across the network. IDC Program Vice President Laura DuBois will examine the critical reasons why corporate PC data loss should...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2011

    IDC: Are Your PCs and Laptops Recovery and Discovery Ready?

    Increasingly firms are adopting data protection and recovery for enterprise laptops and desktops. The adoption of this technology is fueled by previous data loss events, concerns about future events, and the need to "know what you have at the edge of the network" in order to meet legal and/or regulatory...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2011

    ESG: Cloud Data Protection for Midmarket and Midsize Enterprises

    Even the most skeptical are looking to leverage cloud-based data protection services recognizing they can save both administrative time and capital budgets if they migrate. On- and off-premises data protection solutions offered by companies like Iron Mountain provide a way to ease into the cloud for midmarket and midsize enterprises...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2011

    Achieving Security with Cloud PC Backup (SHORT VERSION)

    Today, more organizations than ever recognize the value and convenience of using cloud backup to protect their date but face these security concerns: Could an unauthorized individual gain access to backed-up data? Could backed-up data be altered? Will necessary data be available when needed? Is data safe from fire,...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2011

    Achieving Security with Cloud Data Protection

    Organizations recognize the benefits of using cloud backup to protect their data but have concerns with security. The white paper explains how organizations can achieve security with cloud data protection to protect their vital data and reduce the costs, risks and complexity of protecting business information.

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  • White Papers // Jan 2011

    Migrating to Windows 7: How to Select a Provider for PC Online Backup and Recovery

    With many enterprises migrating to Microsoft Windows 7, it's important to consider a backup provider that supports Microsoft's latest platform. Providing a growing and distributed workforce with 24x7 access to reliable, secure data, without adding capital expense or shifting the support burden onto the workers, is a key challenge for...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2011

    Skip the Disk

    The demand for data storage is exploding, which is driving up costs, increasing the risks of data loss or exposure, and complicating plans for disaster recovery. To cope, organizations are turning to cloud-based storage for relief. This whitepaper explores the benefits of moving to the cloud and how to select...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2011

    How to Categorize PC Online Backup and Recovery Providers for Better Decision Making

    In addition to implementing strategic initiatives, simply keeping workers productive is a basic function of IT. A distributed and mobile workforce, ever more reliant on de-centralized data, puts greater pressure on IT resources to keep current data available and technology up and running. Providing a growing and distributed workforce with...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2011

    How to Measure ROI for Online PC Backup and Recovery

    IT managers and business professionals are increasingly drawn to the cost effectiveness of cloud services to back up and recover critical corporate?information?distributed throughout their business on desktops, laptops, and mobile devices.?They face the challenge of demonstrating the return on investment (ROI) of making the change from the current methods for...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2011

    How to Measure the ROI of Cloud Data Protection

    This white paper helps managers demonstrate the profitability of reducing operational costs in server backup and recovery through investment in cloud server data protection, rather than traditional backup methods. Comparative cost categories used in calculating this ROI are summarized in a convenient checklist. These include capital costs of hardware and...

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  • Webcasts // Jan 2011

    Secrets of a Successful Cloud Data Protection Strategy

    More and more businesses of all types and sizes are now considering the cloud for an ever-increasing number of IT applications and services. Although most business and IT decision makers already understand the benefits in terms of savings and scalability, many are still uncertain exactly where the cloud fits in...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2011

    Information Management and the Cloud

    Organizations are faced with data explosion - how to manage and store enormous amounts of data that continues to grow. Explore how to break the endless cycle of data management and examine the fundamental shift to information management in the cloud to reduce costs and risks of data growth.

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  • White Papers // Oct 2010

    Osterman Research: The Role of Third Party Archiving in Exchange 2010

    This white paper focuses on the results of an in-depth survey that Osterman Research conducted with organizations in the context of their Exchange 2010 archiving plans. It also provides guidance on key issues to consider when planning an archiving capability, and also includes an overview of the sponsor of this...

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  • White Papers // Oct 2010

    Backup and Recovery Challenges with SharePoint

    One of the main challenges with SharePoint is the recovery of information from backup. SharePoint has become easier to deploy and manage, but the protection of data is a significant challenge. This whitepaper will discuss the challenges and present solutions to protect your environment.

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  • Webcasts // Sep 2010

    2 Simple Reasons to Archive Your Email Data Now

    If you think the number one reason to archive your email is to be compliant, think again. The top two reasons why Enterprise Strategy Group predicts over 75% of enterprise organizations will adopt an email archiving solution within the next year are quite simple. 1. Save time 2. Save...

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  • Webcasts // Aug 2010

    Email Archiving ROI:2 Simple Reasons to Archive Your Email Data Now

    Discover why over 75% of enterprise organizations will adopt an email archiving solution within the next year and the answer isn't to be compliant. (Hint 1. To save time. 2. To save money.) Join experts from ESG and Iron Mountain to learn how email archiving services can help you...

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  • White Papers // Aug 2010

    Where Does the Cloud Fit Into My Information Management Strategy

    Comedian George Carlin used to do a funny bit about stuff. He used to say, "All I want is a place for my stuff." But when it comes to business information, the "stuff" of enterprise, how and where you put your stuff is often a complex, convoluted, time consuming, expensive,...

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  • Downloads // Jul 2010

    Affordable, easy-to-use cloud server back up: Free Trial Offer

    Reduce the costs and risks of protecting your data with LiveVault; Iron Mountain's award-winning fully managed cloud service. Find out why over 140,000 customers entrust their data to Iron Mountain. Sign up today for our free trial offer to get secure, automated online backup for your organization.

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  • White Papers // May 2010

    How to Measure ROI for PC Online Backup

    Build a compelling business case for deploying online data protection services rather than continuing current methods of backup and recovery - or implementing other onsite alternatives. This paper includes a checklist of cost categories for comparing current methods of savings for adopting an online data protection service.

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  • White Papers // May 2010

    Is Online Server Backup Appropriate for Your Business?

    Read this whitepaper to examine the setbacks of traditional backup, gain a better understanding of online backup, and discover why Iron Mountain's LiveVault backup and restore solution provides ideal server backup for small and medium-sized businesses, as well as enterprises with remote locations.

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  • White Papers // Mar 2013

    Best Practices in Data Management

    Did you know that more than 50% of companies are concerned about their explosive growth of data storage? Is your company one of them? Over 1,200 of your peers shared their top data management challenges. Access this report to see how your best practices match up. Use this information to...

    Provided By Iron Mountain

  • White Papers // Mar 2013

    Far From Home: Keeping Data Safe, No Matter Where It Travels

    With businesses of all sizes evolving rapidly into considerably more dispersed and complex operations, true enterprise data backup and recovery becomes a more challenging prospect. Also, it’s easy to cast remote offices as liabilities—weak links in an otherwise strong chain. But with careful remote-office, branch-office (ROBO) planning, your far-flung operations...

    Provided By Iron Mountain

  • White Papers // Mar 2013

    Backup Software: Nine Must-Ask Questions

    Applications that give your business the ability to catalog, track and retrieve tape-backup data should be low maintenance, easy to use and flexible. Here’s a short list of features to consider.

    Provided By Iron Mountain

  • White Papers // Mar 2013

    Plan Now: Worry Less After

    When is the best time for your and your team to prepare a post-disaster to-do list? Hint: It’s not during the hurricane. Preparing for a disaster before it happens saves you time during a crisis—and besides, who really wants to be writing a high-level to-do list of critical items in...

    Provided By Iron Mountain

  • White Papers // Mar 2013

    Downtime Costs: What Do You Really Stand to Lose?

    Few companies are immune to paralyzing technology glitches. The bottom line—and this is a true bottom-line issue—is that downtime costs money. And let’s face it; nothing speaks louder than a threat to the bottom line. So you need to do the math. Assemble a team of advisers and experts...

    Provided By Iron Mountain

  • White Papers // Mar 2013

    It's 3 a.m. Do You Know Where Your Records Are?

    How confident are you that your company can restore backup data to fulfill legal or audit requests, or restore business operations after a disaster? The right partner can help you get data back online quickly and efficiently. Read on to learn if your restoration plan on track...

    Provided By Iron Mountain

  • White Papers // Mar 2013

    Build a Better Data and Recovery Backup Plan: The First Five Steps

    A bulletproof backup strategy isn’t rocket science—although it may seem that way. When you break it down into these essential parts, developing your plan suddenly seems more doable. Here are five steps to get it done.

    Provided By Iron Mountain

  • White Papers // Mar 2013

    The (Business) Day After: Making a Double Rebound from Disaster

    Companies backup systems so they can carry on in the aftermath of calamity. But what happens when the devastation is so fierce that it hits the backups too? It’s almost unthinkable. What happens when the tapes you’ve created to safeguard your company's valuable data are damaged when a natural or...

    Provided By Iron Mountain

  • White Papers // Mar 2013

    Best Practices: A Checklist for Backup Tapes

    What does it take to build a fail-safe backup system? Start by setting up a comprehensive master plan that covers how to prepare, store and quickly access your crucial information—and then provide for regular testing and updates. With the right system in place, you can ensure that backups are...

    Provided By Iron Mountain

  • White Papers // Mar 2013

    Data Archiving: 10 Common Mistakes (and how to avoid them)

    Are your supposed archiving best practices actually costing your company time and money? Read on to discover the 10 worst things to do (or not do) with your enterprise data backups—and how to mend your errors.

    Provided By Iron Mountain

  • White Papers // Mar 2013

    Encryption Strategies: Decoded

    Encrypting your company’s backup tapes provides a serious front line of defense against prying eyes. Here’s the why and how of building a data backup and recovery plan.

    Provided By Iron Mountain

  • White Papers // Mar 2013

    Tape Archiving: The Classic Choice That Keeps On Going

    You’re not listening to music on eight-tracks or cassette, nor watching movies on VHS. So why are you still archiving to tape? Because it’s still wise to include this flexible, cost-efficient technology in your company’s data backup plan. Here are four reasons why tape remains a solid option....

    Provided By Iron Mountain

  • White Papers // Mar 2013

    Finding the Perfect Backup Partner

    Nervous about using a tape backup partner? That’s natural. After all, the integrity of your company’s data rides on your choice. Still, the process need not be stressful. It really just means asking four simple questions and doing a little homework. When you have your answers, you’ll have your ideal...

    Provided By Iron Mountain

  • White Papers // Mar 2013

    Protecting the Enterprise: How Big Is Your Safety Net?

    Holy Toledo…We Forgot the Branch Offices A smart data backup and recovery plan starts at headquarters and extends throughout each regional and branch office. So what challenges do you face with a truly location-agnostic backup strategy? Read on to learn about the ones you'll probably come across.

    Provided By Iron Mountain

  • White Papers // Mar 2013

    Send Your Tapes to a Better Climate

    Choosing a tape storage partner? Before signing anything, consider its climate—both the facility’s literal climate and the company’s climate of customer service and data access. Otherwise, your organization—and its most sensitive data—may be left out in the cold. Here are a few questions for which you need clear answers before...

    Provided By Iron Mountain

  • White Papers // Mar 2013

    Should it Stay or Should it Go? 10 Steps to Leveraging Data on a Tape Backup System

    Backing up all of your company’s information and storing it on inexpensive tapes in perpetuity might seem like a foolproof approach to backup and recovery. But have you considered the time and resource benefits of a truly strategic retention plan? Read on.

    Provided By Iron Mountain

  • White Papers // Mar 2013

    When It's Time for an Audit, Will You Be Ready?

    If an auditor comes to call, will your offsite data be able to make the appointment? Learn how a smart backup plan keeps you in sync with ever-changing regulatory requirements—and gets you and your vital data to that meeting on time.

    Provided By Iron Mountain

  • White Papers // Apr 2009

    Cloud Storage: Augments Storage Infrastructure Efficiently

    Though IT budgets don't budge, the amount of data storage organizations require will only continue to grow. IDC's Noemi Greyzdorf argues there are ways to manage the storage "sprawl," and says Iron Mountain's cloud-based Virtual File Store offers one way to augment onsite infrastructure, reclaim storage space, and ultimately, save...

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  • White Papers // Mar 2009

    Organize Your Digital Enterprise with the Virtual File Store

    An organization's ability to take stock of its data is critical, even as files today are increasingly complex and difficult to classify. Clipper Group analyst Anne MacFarland explains how Iron Mountain's Virtual File Store ensures the expertise and security needed to effectively harness information, meet retention requirements and reduce costs....

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  • White Papers // Jul 2009

    Slash Storage Costs, Archive to the Cloud

    Cloud storage, the next step in the data archiving evolution, offers highly scalable storage for inactive yet indispensable information. As Storage Switzerland notes, experience matters when choosing a provider: Companies with a proven record in data protection, such as Iron Mountain, creator of the Virtual File Store, have an undisputed...

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  • White Papers // May 2010

    Cloud Data Protection for Midmarket and Midsize Enterprises

    Even the most skeptical are looking to leverage cloud-based data protection services recognizing they can save both administrative time and capital budgets if they migrate. On- and off-premises data protection solutions offered by companies like Iron Mountain provide a way to ease into the cloud for midmarket and midsize enterprises...

    Provided By Iron Mountain

  • White Papers // Dec 2009

    How to Compare Server Online Backup and Recovery Service Providers

    IT professionals are increasingly looking to online backup and recovery services for server data protection. This is particularly true for small to medium-sized businesses and for remote offices of larger enterprises. The driving factors are: workforce dependency on 24x7 access to business data; price and consistency of a Software as...

    Provided By Iron Mountain

  • White Papers // Dec 2009

    How to Measure ROI for Online Server Backup and Recovery

    Show the profitability of reducing operational costs in server backup and recovery through investment in online server data protections rather than traditional backup method. This paper includes a checklist of comparative cost categories used in calculating ROI.

    Provided By Iron Mountain

  • Downloads // Jul 2010

    Affordable, easy-to-use cloud server back up: Free Trial Offer

    Reduce the costs and risks of protecting your data with LiveVault; Iron Mountain's award-winning fully managed cloud service. Find out why over 140,000 customers entrust their data to Iron Mountain. Sign up today for our free trial offer to get secure, automated online backup for your organization.

    Provided By Iron Mountain

  • White Papers // Apr 2010

    Migrating to Exchange 2010: Using Email Archiving to Resolve Issues and Simplify the Migration Process

    With the introduction of Exchange Server 2010, Microsoft has added significant new features and functionality making it a compelling proposition for companies to make the move from their current email server platform to Exchange Server 2010. This white paper explores the issues that may arise when migrating to Exchange Server...

    Provided By Iron Mountain

  • White Papers // Oct 2010

    Osterman Research: The Role of Third Party Archiving in Exchange 2010

    This white paper focuses on the results of an in-depth survey that Osterman Research conducted with organizations in the context of their Exchange 2010 archiving plans. It also provides guidance on key issues to consider when planning an archiving capability, and also includes an overview of the sponsor of this...

    Provided By Iron Mountain

  • White Papers // Nov 2009

    Storage Management with SharePoint

    More data not only means higher costs, but more data also means that the overall value of the content is starting to drop. It is important to keep the data in SharePoint relevant which means that you should remove the old and obsolete content from SharePoint and free up the...

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  • White Papers // Oct 2010

    Backup and Recovery Challenges with SharePoint

    One of the main challenges with SharePoint is the recovery of information from backup. SharePoint has become easier to deploy and manage, but the protection of data is a significant challenge. This whitepaper will discuss the challenges and present solutions to protect your environment.

    Provided By Iron Mountain

  • White Papers // May 2010

    Osterman Research: Convincing Decision Makers of The Critical Need for Archiving

    This white paper discusses the various reasons to archive email and other electronic content. However, it goes beyond that to provide some concrete reasons and justification for deploying and maintaining an archiving system, most of which are based on the cost savings that archiving can provide - both direct cost...

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  • White Papers // May 2008

    Leveraging Software Assets Via the Capital Markets

    With so much invested in software, how can it be leveraged? Relatively few organizations appreciate the full scope and flexibility available to them in terms of unlocking the value of their software. One of the most overlooked methods for utilizing the value of software is its use as collateral. Learn...

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  • White Papers // Nov 2008

    Online Backup and Recovery of Virtual Server Environments

    Information Technology (IT) groups are embracing VMware to achieve server consolidation and other benefits. Iron Mountain's LiveVault online backup and recovery is supported on virtual machines, just as it is on physical machines. Using LiveVault with VMware presents new opportunities to combine LiveVault and VMware capabilities to improve an organization's...

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  • White Papers // Apr 2008

    Outsourced Document Management Solutions: Challenges and Opportunities

    The first part of this white paper examines current document and records management practices, including the attitude towards outsourcing, volume of files managed, the presence of electronic scanning operations and budgets available for records management services. The needs of the industry are discussed, alongside the attitudes of the survey participants...

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  • White Papers // Mar 2009

    Achieving SaaS Security With Connected Online PC Backup

    Off late, more companies than ever recognize the value and convenience of using online backup to protect their data. Enterprises considering online backup Storage as a Service (SaaS) face these security concerns: could an unauthorized individual gain access to backed-up data?, could backed-up data be altered?, will necessary data be...

    Provided By Iron Mountain

  • White Papers // Nov 2008

    Iron Mountain Domain Name Center Security Overview

    Iron Mountain Domain Name Center provides online tools for easy access and management of the portfolio of domain name records. Iron Mountain is the world's leading provider of intellectual property management services, specializing in technology escrow and domain name records management. Iron Mountain has been protecting intellectual property for high-technology...

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  • White Papers // Mar 2009

    Achieving SaaS Security With LiveVault Online Server Backup

    Iron Mountain's LiveVault service addresses all these concerns with the most secure solution available. For example, the LiveVault agent encrypts all data before transferring it from the customer's servers. All data remains encrypted at Iron Mountain's secure off-site Data Bunkers and on optional TurboRestore appliances. Only the customer controls the...

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  • White Papers // Jun 2008

    Iron Mountain's Connected Backup/PC Subscription Service Security Overview

    The majority of corporate data originates with PC users, often on laptops or home computers outside the firewall. Iron Mountain's Connected Backup/PC has the ability to capture and store this vital information regardless of where the corporate data is created - inside the firewall or out on the road -...

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  • White Papers // Mar 2009

    The Business Case for Enterprise Disaster Recovery Planning: Calculating the Cost of Downtime

    Over the past 20 to 30 years, businesses of all sizes have steadily grown more dependent on their expanding IT infrastructures to help them automate, manage, and analyze their business operations and strategy. Whether it's online trading, insurance-document imaging, airline reservations, financial databases, Web sites, or other computing systems, the...

    Provided By Iron Mountain

  • White Papers // Mar 2013

    Which Way to the Vault? Developing a Secure Tape Vaulting Strategy

    Your tapes deserve the best protection possible. To make that happen, get to know these best practices for keeping data safe and secure, whether it’s housed onsite or with a trusted partner.

    Provided By Iron Mountain

  • White Papers // Mar 2013

    Tweeting for Keeps: Financial Services and the Social Media Archiving Conundrum

    Social media has set off a data explosion for financial firms. What’s more, rapidly developing industry regulations will have you needing to preserve much of what you thought could be deleted at the end of the day. So how will you cope? Read on to learn more.

    Provided By Iron Mountain

  • White Papers // Sep 2006

    The Business Case for Disaster Recovery Planning: Calculating the Cost of Downtime

    IT leaders recognize that a disaster can be any event that prevents a business from accessing the data and systems it needs to operate. This could encompass everything from regional power outages, to virus outbreaks, to employee sabotage, to external data fraud, to devastating terrorist attacks. Virtually every company faces...

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