The best defense for email retention

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Some organizations believe that minimizing the retention time of historical email reduces their business risk. They make it a routine practice, and in certain instances attempt to set company-wide policies, to delete old electronic communications, assuming that the messages will not be needed nor recoverable in other places.

With a Sarbanes-Oxley Act compliance deadline recently passed and others looming in the years to come, the question about what the statute mandates with regard to email retention is called into question. Seemingly routine business practices to minimize business risk may indeed be leaving ...

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