During the seminar, special guests Steve Conn, MSFT MCA, Benjamin Wright, a leading authority on privacy, electronic law, and forensic investigations, and Phil Van Etten, CEO of Netmail, will discuss new trends in data archiving, federated search, eDiscovery, and Microsoft Exchange 2016 data migration strategies.
In this seminar, learn how to:
- Leverage New Data Transport Models: Listen to Steve Conn, MSFT MCA, explain the benefits of Exchange 2016 and the right time to migrate.
- Retain Only the Data You Need: Hear Benjamin Wright, leading data retention attorney, discuss data retention policies to ensure you keep only the data you need.
- Plan for the Future of Your Data: Understand the latest thinking and approaches on capturing and archiving all enterprise data in multiple clouds with Phil Van Etten, Netmail CEO.
According to Netmail CEO, Phil Van Etten, "The historical ways that organizations have stored, secured and accessed data are no longer adequate for today’s enterprises. Most organizations have data located on premise and with multiple clouds and they need a solution that can seamlessly search data across multiple platforms with accurate results and analytics. This seminar brings leading authorities together to explore the ways in which leveraging new technologies can accomplish these federated searches to meet today’s data requirements.”
There will be plenty of time for questions, answers and open discussion. So come share ideas, mingle with peers, listen to the experts, and enjoy a hearty American breakfast courtesy of Netmail.
If you’re interested in learning more about the future of data management, register today for Netmail’s “Data Optimization Seminar” on Thursday, January 21, 2016 at 8:15 A.M. PST.
Netmail provides on-premise or cloud-based security, archiving and file share solutions across multiple platforms including Microsoft Exchange/O365, Google, Amazon, and GroupWise. As companies spread their data across multiple cloud platforms, Netmail allows for simple consolidation of all that data into a single repository with singular indexing and eDiscovery features.