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How File Archiving Helps Mitigate Risks

Many businesses are adopting email archiving best practices. But did you know that email makes up only 35% of electronic content in most organizations? Files—word processing documents, spreadsheets, presentations, and more—are the most pervasive type of enterprise content.

Organizations are at serious risk if they do not archive all  their electronic content in compliance with regulatory, legal, and industry best practices.

A strong archiving solution allows your organization to respond quickly to eDiscovery requests, maintain a defensible deletion strategy, and ensure the retrieval of complete, accurate records. It helps you keep the right information for the right amount of time and on the right level of storage, managing the lifecycle of data automatically.

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