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The Need to Archive Email Is a Growing Concern

Networkworld.com has recently conducted a study asking decision-makers in midsized and large organizations in North America about how concerned they were on a variety of issues. Here are some of the results:

Email archiving:
- 36% of decision-makers are more concerned about the need to archive e-mail today than they were 12 months ago.
- 30% are more concerned about e-discovery issues than they were a year ago. Only 12% and 13% of decision makers are less concerned about e-mail archiving and e-discovery, respectively.

Security issues:
- 12% are more concerned today than a year ago about this eventuality, while more than twice as many are less concerned
- Decision makers are significantly more concerned about spyware infecting their networks while even more are concerned about Web-based threats and the amount of spam that they receive.

 
 
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