Beyond the Cost Savings of Application Decommissioning: Improved Efficiency

As organizations embrace newer, better technologies, the older applications have a tendency to pile up in the corner of the data center. This inefficiency is made worse as companies are acquired and transitioned onto the company standard applications. Eventually, they become costly to manage due to support fees for both software and hardware, data center charges, labor costs for application maintenance and backups, and labor costs for application support. However, the data contained within these inactive applications is still very important, so it must be stored somewhere.

A Message from Our Founder & CEO

For many across the country, today marks the one-month anniversary of an unprecedented lockdown of the American economy. Many of you are now working from home, attempting to collaborate and operate as best you can. Safeguarding the health and well-being of our employees, customers, and their families is the top priority for every business around the globe. The impact on […]

How to address data growth challenges with file & email archiving

Since the widespread adoption of the internet and cloud computing, data growth has exploded: today every 60 seconds, at least 160 million emails are sent around the world, and 1,820 Terabytes of data is created.