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Get the Balance Right: A Guide to E-mail Governance

Get the Balance Right: A Guide to E-mail Governance

According to Enterprise Strategy Group research: e-mail, when compared to other business applications, will have the greatest impact on server and storage spending over the next two years and eighty percent of electronic discovery events involves e-mail and associated attachments. Gregory P. Kosinski, Director, EMC and Brian Babineau, Senior Analyst, ESG discuss common e-mail management practices and their drawbacks as well offer opportunities and suggestions for improvement.

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