Mimosa Intros Book 'for Dummies'

Mimosa Systems announced a new addition to the world-famous 'For Dummies' series with Email Archiving for Dummies

November 7, 2007

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SANTA CLARA, Calif. -- Mimosa SystemsTM, a leader in live content archiving solutions, today announced a new addition to the world-famous "For Dummies" series with Email Archiving For Dummies.

Co-authored by Bob Spurzem, Director of Product Marketing and William Tolson, Director of Legal and Regulatory Solutions Marketing for Mimosa, the two worked together with the series publisher, John Wiley and Sons, to produce this new installment in the globe's most popular reference series.

Email Archiving For Dummies is a guide to the value of email archiving in solving today's email challenges related to electronic discovery, messaging compliance, business continuity and storage optimization within enterprises.

Written for enterprise IT users, Email Archiving for Dummies reveals how to benefit from email archiving as part of the messaging environment. The book is designed to give readers all the tools they need to augment the capabilities of Microsoft Exchange with powerful new email archiving technologies. Written in the engaging style that has made the "For Dummies"series such a success, the book offers users an easy, pain-free route to learning everything they ever wanted to know about building the ideal email archiving system.

"We are proud to author this definitive reference guide to email archiving,"said Spurzem. "You might say we wrote the book on email archiving for the benefit of all organizations that rely on email for business communication.The technology has been put into laymen terms, including all the challenges facing email and how email archiving can help."Book Defines Top Ten Questions to Ask When Shopping for an Email Archiving Solution

  • How to determine the best solution: Hosted or In-House?

  • How important is the scalability of an email archive?

  • How long should email be archived?

  • Is journaling or log shipping needed?

  • Do employees get access to their specific email archive?

  • Should PSTs be incorporated into the archive?

  • Does email archiving change MicrosoftR ExchangeR server backuprequirements?

  • How does email archiving change Exchange storage requirements?

  • What are the requirements of the email archive in order to respondto eDiscovery requests?

  • What are the email archiving requirements for imposing a litigationhold?

Mimosa Systems Inc.

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