What do I do with my historical on-premises message journal?
How do I journal my Office 365 email (and other electronic communication)?
How can I protect my organization’s sensitive data in the cloud?
Learn more about how our Journaling solution can help you meet your regulatory requirements today.
Insights from helping 2000+ organizations use the power of the cloud.
Like many regulated organizations, you need to ensure that journaling in the Cloud fully supports your regulatory, compliance and business requirements. As you consider your options, here are some insights based on helping more than 2000 organizations worldwide successfully migrate to and exploit the power of the cloud.
Option: Maintain a copy of your on-premises archive with your historical journaled data.
Why it doesn’t work: This is an expensive proposition that undermines your plans for digital transformation. You lose out on potential cost and resources savings you can gain by decommissioning your legacy journal archive. Plus your legal, compliance and HR teams now must search across two separate journals (historical and active).
Option: Stream Office 365 mail to your on-premises Exchange server and maintain a hybrid or on-premises Exchange Service, just for journaling.
Why it doesn’t work: Again, this approach is expensive and inefficient.
Option: Implement a third-party SaaS or “cloud-based” message journaling archive
Why it doesn’t work: You’re risking your organization’s sensitive data to a third-party SaaS-based vendor with obfuscated security controls. Plus, the majority are unable to securely migrate your legacy journal (they outsource their migrations to other vendors).
Option: "Explode" your historical journal and move email into user’s active mailboxes in Office 365.
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