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Staff members can spend a long time each month searching and managing email. Strict email quotas force users to manage their own personal message storage, which can further impact productivity. To make sure that no significant gaps in scope or inclusivity occur, it’s important to follow a process when identifying necessary email archiving features for productivity. Read this e-book for advice on determining your email archiving goals and policies to establish a set of system features that match your company’s needs, and boost archiving efficiency. Access >>>
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