No application touches each link of an organization’s value chain as much as email does. This makes email content an indispensable resource. Organizations archive email to preserve this content and enable administrative search and recovery, which in turn serve strategic compliance, e-discovery and workflow efficiency goals. As more organizations move their email to the cloud, the evolution of email has taken a whole new direction. Security, continuity and archiving are now essential add-ons. In today’s litigious society, organizations of all sizes and across industries need to keep their data safe and available for easy access and sharing across the enterprise.
Some organizations believe archiving is only important for those prone to litigation or compliance risks, such as financial or health care institutions. Others merely invest in basic archiving solutions that provide the bare minimum capabilities and only serve the number of inboxes or provide the amount of storage they need at that time. Cloud-based email archiving solutions, however, can offer high value to organizations and end-users alike.
This E-book offers a straightforward approach to identifying your organization’s cloud archiving needs in order to simplify the selection process and ensure a successful migration.View E-Book
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This excerpt from "Continuous API Management" is a practical guide that provides maturity models for individual APIs and multi‑API landscapes to help you invest the right human and company resources for the right maturity level at the right time.
This excerpt contains Chapters 1–3 of the book Continuous API Management. The complete book is available on oreilly.com and through other retailers. ...
Learn how to configure caching, load balancing, security, cloud deployments, gRPC, HTTP/2 server push, and other critical NGINX features in this free O’Reilly E-Book.
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This excerpt contains Chapters 2, 3, 4, 8, and 9 of the book Cloud Native DevOps with Kubernetes. The complete book is available at oreilly.com and through other retailers.
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Speed and agility continue to be among the leading motives for enterprise cloud adoption, since slow has become unacceptable in this fast-paced world we live in. But as a DevOps practitioner tasked with accelerating app deployments while improving app performance and ensuring security, what does it take to modernize your systems and processes to overcome slow in the cloud? We have a few suggestions. ...
Through one customer interview, Forrester concluded that Red Hat Ansible Tower has the following...