• June 30, 2020

CCPA Enforcement has Begun - The Risks Most Companies are Not aware Of

Unlike the EU’s GDPR, the CCPA includes a surprising provision that requires a company to be able to “look-back” 12 months from the law’s effective da...
  • May 6, 2020

Today’s Adoption of Microsoft Teams Creates Tomorrow’s Litigation and eDiscovery Challenges

Learn how to avoid potential challenges with future eDiscovery and litigation caused by the adoption of Microsoft Teams and other collaboration tools.
  • February 8, 2019

The Right to be Forgotten Versus The Need to Backup

Explore the impact of the "right to be forgotten" on backups and gain valuable insights into GDPR and CCPA privacy laws. Visit us for more information...
  • February 1, 2019

Is Standard Computer Soft-Deletes Good Enough for Privacy Regulations?

Government privacy regulations, including GDPR, CCPA, and others all include some form of the right to data erasure, otherwise known as the right to b...
  • November 16, 2017

Legacy Application Retirement - Sleeping with the Fishes?

Explore solutions for archiving inactive data from underutilized enterprise applications. Gain expert insights into legacy systems and application ret...
  • September 7, 2017

eDiscovery Retention Policies for Emails, Documents, and Records

Learn why eDiscovery and regulatory compliance necessitate the development of information retention policies for email, documents, and records.
  • July 23, 2017

Social Media Archiving and the Financial Services Industry

Learn more about social media archiving in the financial services industry and discover our scalable cloud archiving and unified data governance solut...
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PaaS vs SaaS Archives: What You Need to Know

All cloud archives are not created equal. There are major differences between archives deployed in a SaaS model versus a PaaS model that affect the security, accessibility and functionality of your archived data. This Technical Guide explores what you will need to consider in order to make an informed decision about PaaS versus SaaS.