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Backups protect active information for use; archives store information to improve efficiency of messaging applications and storage infrastructure, and to meet legal and policy requirements. Too often overlooked, archiving can help organizations cut backup time and storage dramatically; eliminate expensive, time-wasting, risky employee email collections; and accelerate search and legal discovery. Archiving faces growth not only in volume and variety of unstructured information, but also in the urgency of demands to find and produce records quickly for employees, regulators, and courts. Choices of what, where, and how to archive have major impact on storage costs. As storage volume continues to grow, move from tape to disk, multimedia email and collaboration content, and increased regulation and litigation will demand planned, balanced, effective backup and archiving processes.
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