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Infrastructure Considerations for Your “Next-Gen Electronic Communications Archive”

November 12, 10:00am

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As the volume and variety of electronic communications that must be retained and managed for regulatory compliance and e-discovery continue to proliferate, enterprises need to make strategic decisions on how and where they deploy archiving solutions.

Whether it be supporting global expansion, the archive’s ability to work seamlessly with other enterprise applications or leveraging the archive for the use cases of tomorrow, the infrastructure decisions that IT leaders make today will enable organizations to future-proof their data platform.

Meanwhile, the consequences of maintaining the status quo for IT leaders may prove costly and limiting.

Join guest Forrester Principal Analyst Cheryl McKinnon and the director of the Smarsh Information Governance Practice Robert Cruz as they unpack the trends and surface considerations to help your organization make informed and strategic information archiving infrastructure decisions.

Panelists

Robert Cruz

Senior Director of Information Governance, Smarsh
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Robert Cruz

Senior Director of Information Governance, Smarsh

Robert Cruz is Senior Director of Information Governance for Smarsh and Actiance. He has more than 20 years of experience in providing thought leadership on emerging topics including cloud computing, information governance, and Discovery cost and risk reduction.

Cheryl McKinnon

Principal Analyst, Forrester
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Cheryl McKinnon

Principal Analyst, Forrester

Cheryl McKinnon is a principal analyst serving enterprise architecture professionals; she helps them support their firm's need for content and collaboration technology capabilities in the age of the customer. Cheryl delivers research and advisory services in areas including enterprise content management (ECM), content archiving, enterprise file sync and share, document-centric collaboration, life-cycle management, information governance, and file analytics.