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Jun 062016
 
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From my friends over at Adept-tec:

Friday 10th June 2016 from 2pm to 3pm (GMT + 1)

We will review the product Data Insight, concentrating on its two main use cases which are security and data management. We will look at the integration between Data insight and Enterprise Vault File System Archiving and how it can be used to configure appropriate policies to collect all relevant data. We will also discuss what would be involved in a Dark Data Assessment and the resources that would be required for the assessment. As usual there will be live demonstrations and a chance to ask questions.

If you would like to register for this webinar please email admin@adept-tec.com

We look forward to meeting you on the webinar.

The relevant website URL: http://adept-tec.com/training/webinar/

May 242016
 
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For people who are thinking of starting to archive email data (or other electronic data like SharePoint and file servers) they will almost certainly have come across Veritas Enterprise Vault. It is still probably the most comprehensive archiving product available. But it’s a big product, with a lot to learn about.

So where do you begin?

Phil Waters, who I crossed paths with a few times when I worked at Symantec (always a pleasure, never a chore), has put together an excellent course introducing Enterprise Vault. It’s available on Udemy on this link (Introduction to archiving with Veritas Enterprise Vault). The course covers all the information that someone new to Enterprise Vault is likely to need, and, it’s free!

Feb 262016
 
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Adept-tec are following up on their webinar where they did an overview of SMTP Archiving versus Journal Archiving, with a deep dive session. If you want to know more about the inner workings of SMTP Archiving then you should attend. There are more details on their website.