Analyst Research

The Forrester Wave Information Archiving Cloud Providers, Q4 2016.  This report shows hoe each provider measures up and helps enterprise architecture (EA) professionals make the right choice.
Enterprise information archiving offers IT managers in organizations solutions for compliance and eDiscovery, whil reducing primary storage costs.  Learn more in the Gartner Magic Quadrant for Enterprise Information Archiving. EDIT THIS
The ediscovery market landscape has shifted dramatically as end users have begun to demand more complete ediscovery functionality. Many vendors are responding with broader end-to-end functionality. New products, acquisitions and shifts in buying patterns have led to a radically altered picture. Learn more in the Gartner Magic Quadrant for E-Discovery Software.
The ediscovery market landscape has shifted dramatically as end users have begun to demand more complete ediscovery functionality. Many vendors are responding with broader end-to-end functionality. New products, acquisitions and shifts in buying patterns have led to a radically altered picture. Learn more in the 2015 Gartner Magic Quadrant for E-Discovery Software.
Enterprise information archiving offers IT managers in organizations solutions for compliance and eDiscovery, whil reducing primary storage costs.  Learn more in the Gartner Magic Quadrant for Enterprise Information Archiving.
Enterprise information archiving offers IT managers in organizations solutions for compliance and eDiscovery, whil reducing primary storage costs.  Learn more in the Gartner Magic Quadrant for Enterprise Information Archiving.
Please review this Osterman Research whitepaper for a greater understanding on migrating to Microsoft Office 365 (O365).  The report addresses key considerations and related business drivers for Office 365 migrations.  In addition best practices for managing an Office 365 migration are imparted. 
Please review this Osterman Research white paper to learn about electronic content archiving trends through 2016.  Topics addressed include current archiving practices and attitudes, drivers and delivery models and approaches.
This Osterman Research whitepaper discusses the important practices and technologies that any organization should implement in order to improve eDiscovery and drive its cost as low as possible. The paper also presents the results of a primary market research survey conducted specifically for it that highlights the key problems that organizations have with current eDiscovery practices.

Case Studies

This case study demonstrates how a big pharmaceutical company leveraged Globanet to help them pick a messaging platform that would satisfy companywide needs, while also installing Globanet Merge1 to capture and archive those messages. Learn how this company came out on top of their messaging and compliance game.
When a subject matter expert for Enterprise Vault and IT compliance at a large investment bank needed a custom solution, he knew who to call. "I had known about Globanet for a long time. When I was an Enterprise Vault consultant at Veritas, I used to work with them and know what they can do."
Our financial services client wanted to move its email to the cloud. But its email archive data was ‘stuck’ in EMC Centera, which ‘locks’ data once it’s written. Globanet helped ‘free’ this client’s data stores from Centera and migrated 80TBs of email archive data to the Cloud in record time.
This case study provides an example of how an organization can take advantage of the Globanet Enterprise Vault Health Check Tool to further advance their archive's abilities and overall health.  Please read to learn more about the product.
This case study illustrates the compliance benefits that a mutual fund derived from their use of Globanet Merge1. Globanet managed the transition to a standardized financial messaging system and the installation of Globanet Merge1. Read more to discover how it all came together.
This case study offers a close look at how a large government agency addressed their challenge of managing the use of social media inside the organization by such a massive number of employees. Compliance is a requirement and Globanet Merge1 helped bring that to this complex business.
Globanet offers a variety of custom migration tools to support its customers' needs, including migrating from Autonomy Enterprise Archive Solution (EAS) to Veritas Enterprise Vault.
This case study provides insight into the challenges of migrating company data without emissions or errors and maintainging a chain of custody.  It illustrates how Globanet's consulting services and products solved the problems discovered when the project was initiated in the United Kingdom.
Many organizations remain on outdated archiving systems that are not meeting their needs, because the task of replacing the old solution is just too daunting. Globanet takes the worry out of updating archiving systems and migrating legacy data.

Data Sheets

This file provides an accurate and summarized overview of all Globanet products, services and solutions.  As an information technology firm that provides professional consulting services, we hope that you believe in our business practices and would like to reach out to us to become your organizations information management solution provider.
With more than 16,000 customers of Veritas Enterprise Vault™ and the Clearwell E-Discovery Platform™, customers have identified at least 26 separate real world ROI benefits from implementing both solutions. These benefits are highlighted in this data sheet. To learn more, see the associated whitepapers on hard cost savings and soft cost savings, which show how Veritas solutions can help organizations save up to $6 million.
Data migrations are risky endeavors by nature and typically scrutinized by many business units within an organization. Despite various interests, all business units want to ensure that the data is retained in its original, unaltered format. More specifically, all content and metadata must remain unchanged, and detailed reporting should be provided to ensure this requirement is satisfied. For example, if an organization is under the mandate of federal regulators, such as the SEC or FINRA, the compliance department will require assurances that supervisory data is maintained in its original disposition. The legal department will want accurate reporting that sufficiently demonstrates the chain of custody of the data during the migration. When this data is being migrated between dissimilar archiving systems, the level of detail required for a successful outcome increases even more. Therefore, it is no surprise that these projects tend to scare organizations away from completing them on their own, because there is a high risk factor if the migration is not done correctly, using the right tools. Considering the possible business, financial and legal consequences of a poorly executed migration, it’s imperative to have a clearly defined plan and, whenever possible, assistance from a migration expert. There are also steps that organizations can take before, during and after a migration to reduce risk, lower costs and complete their migrations more quickly. Before Migration Identify a best-of-breed migration vendor to guide the organization through the migration process. Some of the skills and tools required to properly migrate archive data are very specialized, and internal resources may not have the requisite knowledge and expertise to facilitate a smooth migration. Perform a review of data classification and retention standards. A data migration is the perfect catalyst to spend time confirming that data is being retained for the correct time period. By reviewing standards before migrating, organizations can potentially perform some cleanup, saving on migration time, migration costs and storage costs associated with the data. If there are any other third-party vendors engaged in the data migration process, make sure to ask how they will maintain these data classifications, and work with the migration specialist to make any required modifications to the procedures to support the organization’s policies. Decide how to integrate the migration with other critical legal, compliance and/or IT initiatives. Design a data map to show where various stakeholders, such as internal compliance reviewers, can retrieve their data based on the migration project timeline. Also, make sure that procedures are clearly defined. Communicate with end users and other stakeholders, informing them of the migration, what impacts to access and performance they can expect during the migration as well as the potential benefits of the migration. Find out from the organization’s legal and compliance departments how to handle special circumstances, such as items on legal hold, belonging to terminated users or that cannot be migrated for various reasons. Confirm that the legacy systems are in good working order and support contracts are in place to handle any issues found during the migration. Define a cutover date, when the legacy systems will no longer receive data, and then perform a full backup of the environment to protect against a system failure. During the implementation and testing phases of the migration process, thoroughly review and test the procedures the migration specialist puts in place, and review the success criteria to ensure that all goals and milestones are met. Document any issues and escalate them to the migration specialist for resolutions or alternative options. Data migrations are not “one size fits all.” Vetting and modifying migration plans before the first production data is migrated will save time, money and headaches down the road. During Migration Communicate to end users and other stakeholders when their data is migrating to increase awareness and prevent unnecessary support/helpdesk tickets from being opened. Expect regular reports from the migration vendor and the organization’s IT team regarding the migration completion, including issues discovered, issues resolved, migration performance and end user experiences. Suggest regular status meetings if the migration vendor does not. Avoid changing the environments during the course of the migration. This includes architectural as well as content changes. Allow time for regular backups of environments, which may require pausing migrations. Inform the migration vendor of any regular maintenance windows or emergency outages that may impact the migration. After Migration Review all chain of custody reports, paying special attention to items that failed to migrate. Work with the migration vendor to determine whether these failed items can be captured or migrated by some other means, and document what is missing and why it could not be migrated for the organization’s compliance and legal departments. Save these documents and reports until the retention period for the failed items expires. Let the migration vendor know when the organization accepts the migration or what is outstanding that is preventing acceptance of the completed project. Delete the original data as well as any backups of the original data, unless the organization’s legal department provides instruction to the contrary. Large-scale data migrations can be challenging, but with the appropriate planning—and through careful execution of that plan—organizations can greatly reduce the risks and costs associated with these projects. Globanet has developed these best practices based on more than 10 years of executing archive migrations for its customers, having done more archive migrations than any other vendor globally, and continues to be the leader in this field. Globanet has also developed proprietary migration methodologies to reduce risk, timeframes and complexities of archive migrations.
As the types and sources of financial content grow, so do the regulatory requirements associated with managing that content. Veritas’s and Globanet’s compliance solutions help financial organizations satisfy SEC and FINRA requirements by enabling the collection, retention and retrieval of records from multiple content sources, including financial and trading platforms and social media.
Tracking ediscovery spend is critical to reducing overall litigation costs for any organization and today’s technologies make tracking those costs easier than ever. For organizations that rely on outside counsel or service providers for ediscovery support, tracking costs will enable a more effective comparison of performance and billing rates. Perhaps more importantly, considering technology to help improve internal processes can also go a long way in reducing ediscovery spend.
Financial institutions subject to Securities Exchange Commission (SEC) Rule 17a-4 are required to meet strict regulations that govern electronic data storage, retention and IT processes. A specific requirement of Rule 17a-4 states that "… every member, broker or dealer exclusively using electronic storage media for some or all of its record preservation must have an arrangement with a third party who can provide the SEC with access to a broker-dealer’s records upon request." Through its Designated Third Party (D3P) service, Globanet assistsfinancial institutions in meeting the 17a-4 requirement and helps ensure compliance integrity.
Read this data sheet to gain more insight into the relationship held between Globanet and the Veritas eDiscovery Platform powered by Clearwell.  Globanet's past accomplishments and credentials prove to be noteworthy and exceptional for organizations utilizing electronic discovery software and technology.
Your company’s data management security is of paramount importance. Globanet’s complete set of services and solutions that help maximize your investment in Veritas Enterprise Vault.  Click on the data sheet to learn how.
This data sheet details the benefits of using Globanet Merge1 for Microsoft Skype for Business.  It also highlights archiving features that are native to Microsoft Skype for Business, and how Globanet Merge1 enhances those functions for organizations seeking to effectively manage Microsoft Skype for Business content. Archive Microsoft Skype for Business data today!
Globanet Merge1 is a message capture platform that allows organizations to collect various types of content for archiving, storage, compliance and eDiscovery needs. It standardizes non-traditional formats of data into one archive or mail solution. It connects to a variety of content sources, including Bloomberg, Thomson Reuters, BlackBerry, Microsoft Skype for Business and social media, such as Twitter, Salesforce Chatter, Yammer, Jive, CipherCloud and more. Globanet Merge1 provides a unique way to consolidate many forms of business communication in one application. 
This document provides concise and clear answers to the top 10 most frequently asked questions as they relate to Globanet Merge1.
This data sheet explains the seamless data migration provided by Globanet Migrate software for moving data to Veritas Enterprise  As a leading cloud archive solution, organizations can now take advantage of all the benefits of being in the cloud, while preserving the enhanced functionalities of remaining on-premise.  Globanet Migrate allows for full of chain of custody and validation reporting in order to ensure complete transfer accuracy, peace of mind and security.
Globanet Support and Maintenance is world-class and state of the art for organizations seeking the most up to date software solutions and Information Technology teams that can rely on current and corrective measures.
Globanet Balance is a patented (U.S. Patent No. 9,185,059) technology that allows organizations to reduce their journaling to just a single set of centralized or regional journal mailboxes without multiple journal mailboxes and archiving tasks in each location. The solution redistributes journal mail in a round-robin fashion, allowing messages for all users to be evenly distributed into a centralized mailbox set. Please read the data sheet to learn more.
Globanet Centera Migrate was developed to provide seamless Centera migrations for customers that have a need to migrate data from Centera devices. Globanet Centera Migrate addresses the headaches and pitfalls of migrating data from a Centera device to other storage platforms. Globanet’s methodology provides a full fidelity and affordable migration solution to meet the needs for migrations of all sizes.
Globanet Classify is an advanced classification engine, designed to work with Veritas Enterprise Vault. It can classify and perform an action against the legacy data stored in an organization’s archiving system. Globanet Classify is able to delete, report on or reclassify existing legacy data by using the already established search indexes in Enterprise Vault.
The Globanet Enterprise Vault Health Check Tool is specially designed to ensure a quality inspection of Veritas Enterprise Vault and quickly enable organizations to take steps that optimize the performance of Veritas Enterprise Vault and the health of the archive(s).
Globanet Merge1 is a message capture platform that allows organizations to collect various types of content for archiving, storage, compliance and eDiscovery needs. It standardizes non-traditional formats of data into one archive or mail solution. It connects to a variety of content sources, including Bloomberg, Thomson Reuters, BlackBerry, Microsoft Skype for Business and social media, such as Twitter, Salesforce Chatter, Yammer, Jive, CipherCloud and more. Globanet Merge1 provides a unique way to consolidate many forms of business communication in one application.
The Globanet Migrate data sheet illustrates how the product effectively migrates data between various archive solutions, including cloud based archiving platforms.  Architectural designs, key features, benefits, technical requirements, support and pricing specifications are also included in this data sheet.
Globanet’s Cloud Enablement Service provides a clear path and methodology for organizations to successfully transition to the cloud and avoid the challenges they might encounter if they attempted the migration unassisted. This comprehensive service provides organizations with the confidence they need to truly consider migrating to the cloud. 
At Globanet, you’ll find a complete set of services and solutions that help you maximize your investment in Enterprise Vault and ediscovery services. You can rest assured that our knowledgeable engineers, experts in the fields of Enterprise Vault and ediscovery services, have customized and integrated Enterprise Vault to meet some of the toughest client requirements, and can provide the right solution for you. We also have proprietary software tools that extend and improve on Enterprise Vault’s functionality, delivering an enhanced Enterprise Vault experience.
Please read this data sheet to learn more about Globanet Managed Services and the benefits provided. Enterprises of all sizes and across all verticals utilize Globanet Managed Services for IT staff support and their information management solutions.  
This document summarizes Globanet the company within the information management and technology industry, its achievements, credentials and standards.  Please read to learn more about the value that Globanet provides to organizations worldwide.
Veritas Enterprise is designed to help companies of all sizes address the challenges of mailbox management, email continuity, legal discovery, and regulatory compliance, with the ease and efficiency of a purely hosted service. With zero hardware and little to no software to manage or plug-in to install, Enterprise offers a low upfront investment that requires minimal maintenance while delivering a fast and intuitive user experience. All for a predictable and flat service fee.

Media Coverage

Globanet's Information Governance Strategist, Michael Swarz, authored this predictive coding article published in the American Bar Association's eDiscovery and Digital Evidence Committee Journal.  Click here to read the article.   
Globanet's Director of Product Management, Jackie Ervin, was interviewed for this ACEDS podcast on data archiving and migration trends.  Click here to listen to the podcast.
Please click the link below to listen to Globanet CEO, Sevag Ajemian, provide an overview of the company's products and services.  This podcast is brought to you by the Veritas Corporation. Globanet Podcast by Veritas
Featured article by Sam Elbeck, Sr. Director of Business Development and Client Services, Globanet Over the last decade, we have witnessed the inception and evolution of the archiving industry. The year 1999 marked the unofficial start of the archiving industry, when just a few software companies began competing to provide these solutions. The development of the archiving industry was spurred by some notable events: compliance regulations that required organizations to keep electronic data for mandatory durations; explosive growth in electronic data; the need for controlled and predictable storage costs, and the need to accurately discover against electronically stored data.  Please click link below to view featured article.
Lawtech News article on Globanet Merge1.   Click on the link above to view Lawtech News' coverage of Globanet Merge1 entitled "Globanet's Merge1 Expands Collection to New Media, Citing FRCP Rules' Impact on Discovery."  The piece covers how eDiscovery and information governance platforms like Merge1 move to expand their collection tools.  
Globanet's Director of Information Governance and General Counsel, Shannon Smith, was featured in the Los Angeles Daily Journal.
Globanet's Sr. Director of Business Development and Client Services, Sam Elbeck, authored this article on optimizing the sales-professional relationship published in PSVillage. Click here to read the article.


Please watch this short video about Globanet, a Veritas Platinum Partner.
Please watch this short video to learn more about Globanet eDiscovery Services and the Veritas eDiscovery Platform powered by Clearwell.
Please watch this short video to learn more about the Globanet Enterprise Vault Health Check Tool.  
Globanet Merge1 with Video
Watch this short video with Globanet CEO Sevag Ajemian.
Legal IT Professionals interviewed Sevag Ajemian, CEO of Globanet, provider of a variety of eDiscovery products and services. Ajemian talks about archiving and eDiscovery.        
Globanet & Clearwell: Take the Plunge from Stephanie O'Neill on Vimeo.


Please click this link or view the Globanet presentation below on moving company data to the cloud or staying on-premise.  Ifyou have any questions or conerns, please contact us.  
Please click the link below to listen and watch the recorded version of Globanet's Data Archiving Best Practices and Trends webinar.  This live webcast provides helpful information for systems administrators and engineers in the data archiving and eDiscovery space. Data Archiving Best Practices and Trends - Webinar
Please click the link below to listen and watch a recorded version of this webinar. It contains helpful information for federal government entities complying with pertinent record regulations.  We hope you enjoy, please contact us if you have any questions. Federal Records Compliance - Webinar
This live webcast recording is brought to you by Globanet and Veritas. The presenters focuse on data management strategies and solutions, specifically for the healthcare industry. Topics discussed: Exponential storage growth and data center challenges HIPAA/HITRUST rules and regulations to pay attention to and how Phases and time frames for each step within the plan Access and retention analysis to leverage archiving Tools and technologies used for implementation and integration strategies Q & A Session   View recorded webinar:  
Managing Information Overload in Government
Please click the link below to listen to Globanet's recorded webinar, titled "Spotlight on Electronic Discovery".  Spotlight on Electronic Discovery - Webinar        
Please click the link below to watch and listen to the recorded version of the Inside Counsel and Globanet webinar on electronic discovery. The eDiscovery Implications of the Newly Proposed Amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure


September 2012 Prepared by Dan Levine, Principal Engineer Introduction The debate over whether organizations need to retain their electronic data in order to adhere to regulatory and other guidelines has been settled for quite some time. However, the methods and technology used to enforce retention policies are frequently subject to discussion and interpretation. A substantial percentage of organizations subject to retention obligations elect (or are mandated) to journal their electronic mail. A common misconception is that all of this mail must be journaled in the same way. Globanet can work with your organization to better understand what your retention obligations are and help you formulate a journaling strategy to satisfy them. The most basic means of journaling occurs independent of any archiving software. All messages sent and received by members of a messaging system, such as Domino and Exchange, can be duplicated and kept locally on the email server, but separate from end-user mailboxes. Isolating a so-called “golden copy” of every message prevents users from deleting critical or potentially damaging information. That data can then be backed up and/or stored in offsite disaster recovery facilities. Unfortunately, this primitive methodology has intrinsic flaws that render it effectively useless. Some of these are listed below. Mail servers are not file servers: Messaging systems were not designed for long-term storage of data and/or document management; they are built for short-term storage and review followed by deletion. Email solutions are not archiving solutions: While they can retain data in the strictest sense, email systems aren’t built to do it well. This ranges from lack of de-duplication functionality to the inability to apply different retentions to different types of data. Fast disk is not cheap disk: Mail servers frequently use fast, expensive disks with high input/output loads, allowing huge quantities of data (in duplicate!) to accumulate, which is costly and wasteful. It also leads to decreases in server performance. eDiscovery is hard work: Searching through hundreds of gigabytes to terabytes (and more) of email is an intense task, particularly if the server hosting that data is actively serving mail. Virtually no major email application has any truly effective means of natively performing ediscovery. In the meantime, organizations are subject to increasing obligation thanks to a widening array of internal, regulatory and legal requirements. Enterprise Vault Journaling It is reasonable to dismiss on-email-server journaling for the previously mentioned reasons, but its general principals should not go overlooked. Journal mailboxes are the foundation for most respected journaling solutions. On a basic level, Veritas Enterprise Vault journal archiving uses the same journal mailbox as the source of its data. By removing data from the email server after it is ingested, Enterprise Vault journal archiving eliminates many of the issues discussed above. For example: Enterprise Vault servers are not mail servers: Mail is extracted from the journal mailbox and archived by the Enterprise Vault server in a different, usually less-expensive storage solution. Enterprise Vault is an archiving solution: Enterprise Vault is built to single-instance data and efficiently apply retentions in accordance with organizations’ legal and regulatory obligations. Enterprise Vault is storage-agnostic: Enterprise Vault can leverage virtually any storage solution, from CIFS shares and NTFS volumes to WORM devices, like NetApp Snaplock and Centera devices. Storage is only as expensive as an organization’s legal obligations demand. A small business seeking to retain data purely for human resources or small ediscovery actions can use SAN disk, file shares or even local drives, while a financial firm subject to stringent SEC and FINRA requirements might need more expensive WORM storage for regulatory compliance. Enterprise Vault does eDiscovery: Between Enterprise Vault’s basic Discovery Accelerator search module and Clearwell, a comprehensive, end-to-end legal review module, Veritas provides a range of mechanisms for performing crucial ediscovery functions with no impact to active Exchange users’ mail.   Enterprise Vault Custom Filtering: Selective Journaling Traditional Enterprise Vault journal archiving is simple: All mail sent or received is archived for a customizable retention period from zero days to 999,999 years (“Forever”). It is indexed for improved searchability and de-duplicated. For many customers, particularly smaller ones, this approach is sufficient. Other customers have more specific needs, which Globanet can address in a variety of ways. One such tool is selective journaling, which allows the journal archive task to parse messages based on a variety of criteria and apply different retention categories (and more) accordingly. Selective journaling is as close as the Enterprise Vault journaling process comes to duplicating provisioning, a component of another Enterprise Vault module known as mailbox archiving. Journal archiving targets just the journal mailbox, while mailbox archiving targets end-user mailboxes, using provisioning to granularly apply retentions to different users and/or groups. For example, an Enterprise Vault administrator might choose to retain the contents of executives’ mailboxes for 10 years, while managers’ items are retained for five years and average users’ messages are retained for only one year. It is important to understand that customers who employ mailbox archiving frequently expend substantial time and effort when architecting these groups and frequently employ journaling as well. There is no direct analog to provisioning in journal archiving, though. Multiple journal mailboxes can be created by targeting specific mail databases or servers, but in most situations, all messages sent or received by the users represented by a journal mailbox (and thus, journal archive task) are treatedidentically. This may suffice for many customers, but others require greater specificity or – in the case of an organization using both mailbox and journal archiving – consistency of retention across the Enterprise Vault platform. That is, a customer’s legal department may require that all messages received by executives are archived under the same retention category regardless of whether they were archived by the mailbox archiving module or the journal archiving module. The need to address different users and user groups differently can, of course, develop even if mailbox archiving is not present in the environment. Globanet engineers can assist customers in defining and writing the custom filters necessary to provide granular retention through selective journaling. Enterprise Vault Custom Filtering: Other Uses for Basic Filters Selective journaling is only one way that custom filtering enhances journal archiving. Customers may use custom filtering to perform a variety of actions, including redirecting certain types of messages (such as meeting acceptances) to different archives or excluding other types of messages, such as voice messages, system messages and read receipts from the archiving process. Filters can also insert a variety of index properties that can be acted upon later, such as during ediscovery searches. These basic custom filters are typically smaller undertakings and can be generated by Globanet with a relatively lower level of effort. Enterprise Vault Advanced Custom Filtering: Compiled Filters Globanet can also leverage our development team’s substantial expertise in generating compiled filters, which can perform significantly more complex functions. Like basic filters, these filters also “watch” the journal mailbox and trigger events; the difference is that compiled filters can make API calls to other applications, not just actions within Enterprise Vault. One such filter is Globanet Identify, which acts on image files. Those files are sent to an optical character recognition (OCR) application, enabling Enterprise Vault to index images. This filter independently provides oversight into large quantities of data that would otherwise be excluded from indexing. Globanet Identify is just one example. Our team can develop compiled custom filters that integrate Enterprise Vault with other applications, databases, document management systems and even different archiving systems. Enterprise Vault Data Classification Services Globanet Custom Filters provide our customers with opportunities to expand Enterprise Vault’s native journal archiving functionality at a reasonable cost with no additional hardware requirements. Of course some customers have journal archiving requirements that require a depth and breadth beyond the scope of a typical custom filtering solution. In these instances, Globanet recommends Enterprise Vault Data Classification Services, a module that yields results that are ultimately similar to those provided by custom filtering but with increased granularity and customizability. Data Classification Services’ rule-based interface enables organizations to perform a variety of actions based on the metadata of messages it receives. The Data Classification Services application comes with a variety of built-in rules, including the ability to search for and auto-tag Social Security or credit card numbers sent via email as well as the capacity to create custom rules (and modify existing ones). This flexibility puts more power in the hands of Enterprise Vault administrators. Messages can be automatically deleted, ignored by the archiving process, stamped with a designated retention period depending on their content or otherwise tagged pursuant to the defined rule. Unlike custom filtering, however, Data Classification Services requires additional hardware, licensing and implementation considerations, which can be more expensive. Key Takeaway Enterprise Vault journal archiving provides an excellent framework for archiving journaled email messages, but unsurprisingly, there is no one-size-fits-all approach. No matter what your organization’s requirements are, Globanet’s industry-leading expertise enables us to provide a solution tailored to fit your unique needs.
This whitepaper is intended for a broad business and technical audience that is trying to understand what the business benefits are for implementing an archiving and ediscovery solution. There are 11 different business benefits listed based on studies and interviews with Veritas archiving and ediscovery customers.
This whitepaper is intended for a broad business and technical audience that is trying to understand what the business benefits are for implementing an archiving and eDiscovery solution. There are 15 different business benefits listed based on studies and interviews with Veritas archiving and eDiscovery customers.
Data migrations can be complex and long projects, and originally used to not be for the faint hearted. However, as next generation migration products come to market for email archives, SharePoint, File Archiving and others, instead of migration customers and partners trying to make the migration work, the focus now turns to making migrations efficient and seamless. This guide is designed to help understand the best practices associated with email and other migration types – providing best practice guidance from some of the industry’s leading migration experts.
Financial institutes are required to maintain and produce a variety of records related to their business activities, many of which exist in an electronic format. In order to satisfy the increasing number of regulatory mandates around electronic data, organizations should assess their regulatory obligations and streamline efforts to capture, maintain, identify and produce these records to regulators. Globanet offers ten steps to guide organizations through this complex process.
This whitepaper compares the benefits of Veritas's Enterprise Vault Discovery Accelerator and Clearwell ediscovery solutions. It does not endorse one product over the other. It is intended as a guide for customers seeking to determine which Veritas ediscovery tool is best suited for their specific needs.
Globanet engineers are asked one question more often than any other: "Microsoft Exchange 2010 includes archiving, so why do I need Veritas Enterprise Vault?" Exchange 2010’s built-in archiving is a perfectly acceptable solution in certain use cases; however, if organizations are archiving to meet strict compliance and ediscovery requirements, they need more robust features than Exchange 2010 archiving offers. 
Data migrations and the products used to perform them have substantially advanced in recent times. Originally, such engagements were entered into with a generous helping of trepidation about their overall success. Today, migration products have grown and matured to the point that project success is less of a concern today. Clients are now more interested in how quickly and efficiently these projects can be done, and the level of specificity and control that can be applied during data migration. Clients demand efficient migrations performed to their level of satisfaction, with minimum risk.
The five traits that migration software needs to posses to satisfy next generation email archive migration requirements. Email archive migrations are only getting more complex and demanding. To meet these next generation demands, an email archive migration solution must possess five key features in order for any email archive migration to occur simply, swiftly and successfully. By using Globanet Migrate, organizations may confidently enter into any email archive migration initiative knowing that they have the right solution to complete this task. 
Everyone is talking about the concept of Big Data, and how this new technology will transform the way Washington does business. What is Big Data? How is it defined? What capabilities are required to succeed? How do you use Big Data to make intelligent decisions? Read as Globanet's Sevag Ajemian and other Big Data professionals help define the space and look to the future impact of Big Data in corporations and governments.