IT architects are deploying enterprise information archiving (EIA) products to support four use cases including compliance, improve operational efficiency, enable e-discovery and/or allow end users to archive and retrieve their own content.
To support each of these use cases, IT leaders must understand the “critical capabilities” of available EIA products. This new research paper from Gartner provides information on these capabilities.
See why we scored highest in these capabilities.
*Gartner Critical Capabilities for Enterprise Information Archiving, Alan Dayley, Julian Tirsu, 13 February 2017.
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