MYTH: I'll Just Use Backups for E-Discovery--BUSTED! | Truth in IT: Enterprise Tech via Video

It's natural to think that backup data can be used to recover anything. E-discovery tasks are different though because they require indexing and access at a deep and granular level that backup can't deliver. In this webcast learn about new technology...

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Feb
28

MYTH: I'll Just Use Backups for E-Discovery--BUSTED!

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02/28/2019 13:00:00 - 02/28/2019 14:00:00 -

MYTH: I'll Restore Backups for E-Discovery--BUSTED!

Backups are nothing more than point-in-time copies of your data that are optimized for recovery so if you need to recover some of that data for compliance purposes or legal requirements then just recover a backup right? Wrong! E-discovery and legal hold operations are very costly and if you're relying on extracting and recovering backup data for this purpose you're risking a very time and cost intensive effort. Add to this backup's lack of open data access and the costs can mount exponentially.

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In this short video q/a webcast, we'll explore:

     ~ How to eliminate risk and assure governance compliance

     ~ Why unstructured data archives need to be done at the file vs. the image level

     ~ How Aparavi makes it manageable even in today's distributed big data world

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Join us Thursday, February 28 at 1pm ET as Mike Matchett, Principal Analyst of Small World Big Data busts the myths with Rod Christensen, CTO of Aparavi.

 

 

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Aparavi

 

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