Proofpoint Enterprise Archive with Imported Data for Small and Medium Enter

Mfg. Part: PP-SME-ARD7-S-E-101 | CDW Part: 3990697 | UNSPSC: 43233415
  • Retention ( 7 years )
  • 1-500 users
  • hosted
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  • Retention ( 7 years )
  • 1-500 users
  • hosted
Proofpoint Enterprise Archive is a next generation archiving solution that addresses three key challenges - legal discovery, regulatory compliance, and end user email access - without the headaches of managing archiving in-house. Built with an architecture explicitly designed to leverage the cloud, Proofpoint Enterprise Archive is up-and-running in days and delivers low, predictable lifetime cost. It is also the industry's only solution that ensures you control access to your information at all times. Proofpoint Enterprise Archive can be utilized for search anytime-anywhere with sustainably fast, reliable performance uniquely backed by a Search Performance Guarantee.

Information archiving addresses a variety of business requirements, including legal discovery readiness, regulatory compliance and email storage optimization. To be prepared for legal discovery and regulatory events, organizations must know where data is stored and be able to collect, search, and retrieve that data in a short period of time. Organizations must also have the ability to enforce policies that comply with specific regulatory and geographic requirements, and that adhere to internal information governance objectives. When managed improperly, exposure to legal and compliance risks can be significant and challenge an organization's ability to defend its processes. This can lead to costly fines, guilty verdicts and damaged reputations.

An archive also provides a centralized, searchable repository that provides end users with access to historical information. This access should be simple and intuitive, with a familiar user experience that fits existing work habits and enables greater productivity. Additionally, an information archive should address all of these requirements while also supporting the IT objective of reducing the cost and management complexities of exploding data volumes, both within managed systems as well as in systems outside the direct control of IT.

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