Keep your migration costs and risks low with these best practices.

Your electronic archives contain a lot of valuable information, but aging archives don’t always meet regulatory and legal requirements, which means you need to migrate your archives. However, there are a number of risks that can significantly increase your migration risks and costs. With the best practices outlined in this white paper, you’ll learn how to avoid typical mistakes in migrating archive systems.

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  • How to avoid the risk of downtime, which can negatively impact the business
  • What the migration process looks like and how it will affect your business
  • How to keep large budget overruns from happening during your migration project
EXCERPT:

Many archiving systems have become outdated because of new security/privacy requirements, access control requirements, new file formats, and additional reporting requirements and eDiscovery capabilities, as well as advances in both hardware and software for improved capabilities. Legacy archiving systems are often a barrier to benefiting from new operating system, hardware performance, and functional improvements. In today’s business climate, organizations need to take advantage of all improvements to stay competitive and not run afoul of the courts and regulatory agencies.

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Best Practices for Managing Archive Migrations

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Best Practices for Managing Archive Migrations

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