Toronto (PRWEB) October 31, 2011
Jatheon Technologies, an email archiving solutions provider based in Toronto, Canada, today announced that Michael Osterman of Osterman Research will be conducting a live webinar with Jatheon Technologies. Osterman Research is a leading research analyst for vendors and customers in the messaging, Web 2.0, social media, mobile, collaboration, information management and other markets. The webinar will be held on November 3rd, 2011 and will be on the subject of email archiving and email archiving solutions. Some of the topics that will be covered include:
Why you need to archive content.
What are companies’ current archiving practices?
The disconnect between current practice and best practice.
What happens if you don’t archive properly?
How do you get started establishing a retention policy?
The email archiving market is growing significantly as more and more organizations realize the importance of having an email archive. Email archiving has now become a necessity as it is needed in order to meet the ever growing amount of compliance regulations across a wide range of industries. With the Osterman webinar, Jatheon is hoping to educate people further on the ins and outs of email archiving and why it is so essential in today’s world.
Jatheon’s CEO Kieron Dowling said: “I am delighted that Michael Osterman will be sharing his expert views on industry issues around email archiving and providing educational value around topics such as specific examples of retention requirements.”
Michael Osterman, President of Osterman Research, also noted that: “There is a disconnect between the current archiving practices of companies, schools and government agencies and the archiving practices that they should be following. Our goal in this webinar will be to discuss the differences between current and best practices, and offer some practical advice about how to get started with a sound archiving strategy.”
You can register for the free Osterman Research webinar here: http://blog.jatheon.com/ostermans-2012-outlook-for-email-archiving/ (space is limited).
About Jatheon Technologies
Jatheon Technologies, a world-wide leader in email archiving and management solutions, is the force behind Plug n Comply™, a family of email archiving appliances which greatly simplify eDiscovery and message archiving compliance, including meeting the requirements set by SEC, NASD (FINRA), HIPAA, FRCP, and Sarbanes Oxley. Highly secure, easy to manage, and infinitely scalable, Jatheon’s integrated archiving appliances offer complete in-house control of confidential messaging data, such as email or instant messages. Available through a global network of valued business partners, Jatheon’s solutions are optimized for simple installation and secure management with any mail server, including Exchange™, Notes™, and Groupwise™. Founded in 2004 and honored with Deloitte’s Top 10 Companies-to-Watch Award in 2006, Jatheon is headquartered in Toronto, Canada. For more information visit http://www.jatheon.com. Plug n Comply™ is a trademark of Jatheon Technologies, Inc. All other names, brands, or products may be trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective owners.
About Osterman Research
Osterman Research helps vendors, IT departments and other organizations make better decisions through the acquisition and application of relevant, accurate and timely data on markets, market trends, products and technologies. They also help vendors of technology oriented products and services to understand the needs of their current and prospective customers.
Among the things that make Osterman Research unique is their market research panel: a large and growing group of IT professionals and end-users around the world with whom they conduct their research surveys. This allows them to conduct surveys quickly and accurately with very high response rates. They are continually developing our panel of IT professionals and end-users into one of the leading sources of information for companies that offer products and services in the IT space. More information is available at http://www.ostermanresearch.com/