Market Overview: Message Archiving Software-As-A-Service, Q3 2011
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Market Overview: Message Archiving Software-As-A-Service, Q3 2011

Enterprises Accelerate Cloud-Based Message Archiving Adoption

October 4, 2011

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To help meet regulatory requirements, ease eDiscovery burdens, and achieve a range of IT objectives, organizations increasingly leverage message archiving software-as-a-service (SaaS). In comparison with on-premises products, cloud-based models can deliver deployment advantages and lower costs. While these benefits can be compelling, the market is changing rapidly and there is a multitude of vendors with significantly varying resources. In contemplating sourcing decisions for SaaS-based message archiving, it's important to do careful planning. In this market overview, Forrester reviews the evolving market for SaaS-based message archiving. We evaluate offerings from a dozen key vendors: Autonomy, Bloomberg, Dell, Global Relay, Google, LiveOffice, Microsoft, Mimecast, Perimeter E-Security, Proofpoint, Smarsh, and Sonian.

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Table of Contents

  • Information Risk And IT Headaches Drive Archiving SaaS Market Momentum
  • Message Archiving SaaS Vendor Evaluation
  • The Fast-Growing SaaS-Based Archiving Market Is Headed For Major Changes

  • Cross-Functional Requirements And Well-Defined SLAs Are Essential
  • Supplemental Material
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