The Forrester Wave™: Message Archiving Software, Q1 2011
Autonomy, IBM, And Symantec Lead A Crowded Field
March 4, 2011
Why Read This Report
In Forrester's 90-criteria evaluation of message archiving software vendors, we found that Autonomy, IBM, and Symantec lead with mature products, strong eDiscovery capabilities, and an integrated portfolio of supporting offerings. Strong Performers EMC, Iron Mountain, OpenText, and ZL Technologies also have solid products, but lack comparable offering depth and breadth. Contender Hewlett-Packard (HP) offers an integrated appliance with core message archiving capabilities but has shortcomings with content types supported, eDiscovery, and supervision. With Exchange 2010, Contender Microsoft has basic archiving functionality built into its broadly adopted messaging platform but trails other message archiving providers in capabilities.
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Table of Contents
- Compliance, eDiscovery, And IT Objectives Drive Message Archiving
- Message Archiving Software Evaluation Overview
- eDiscovery Support And Integrated Offerings Drive Supplier Differentiation
- Vendor Profiles
- Supplemental Material
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