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Three avenues to cloud archiving services
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For customers with significant data and email archiving needs, the cloud has become an appealing storage option. To meet the customer demand for cloud archiving services, IT companies must decide which delivery method makes the most sense for them -- reselling or white-labeling the services, or building their own from the ground up.
This four-part guide provides an overview of the business benefits surrounding cloud archiving services, as well as three case studies highlighting the different paths companies have taken to crafting their archiving service offerings. You will learn why one IT company chose to build its own archiving infrastructure and why another opted to white-label a provider's email archiving services. You will also learn about the security and regulatory compliance concerns that led a managed services provider to resell cloud archiving service.
So which approach makes the most sense for your company?
Table Of Contents
- Cloud archiving services: Business benefits and delivery options
- Expedient opts to build its own archiving infrastructure
- Security concerns prompt LAN Infotech to resell archiving services
- Rackspace white-labels Sonian's cloud archiving services
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