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Big Data Insights & Next Generation

Archiving ARCHIVING 2.0

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EVOLUTION OF ARCHIVING

300 BC
Library of Alexandria
- One of the largest
and most significant
libraries of the
ancient world

78 BC
The Tabularium
- The official records
office of ancient
Rome

1790 AD
The French National
Archives - First
Modern Archive

1800
US Library of
Congress - Now
second largest
library in the world

1934
National Archives
(NARA) in
Washington DC

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The Knack

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EVOLUTION OF ARCHIVING

1951

1956

Tape drives invented


for storage on
mainframes

Introduction of the
Hard Drive and large
scale corporate
mainframe
computers

1961
Microfiche invented
by Carl O. Carlson

1971
8 Floppy Disks

1976
5.25 Floppy Disks
Which could store
110KB

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EVOLUTION OF ARCHIVING

Early 1980s
The Invention of
Electronic
Document
Management

1984
Digital Linear Tape
DLT Invented by
Digital Equipment

1998
US National Archives
Electronic Records
now at 200,000 Data
files

Christmas 1998
Launch of the First
Archiving Product
developed by Nigel
Dutt, Enterprise
Vault from Digital
Equipment

Late 2005
The Introduction of
Enterprise Content
Management

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Archiving 2.0 solutions will quickly


displace legacy archiving systems. Mobile
access, simpler search, and increased
analytics are reshaping the archiving
market -- Forrester

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Companies will be valued not just on


their big data but on the algorithms that
turn that data into actions and impact
customers. -- Gartner

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UNTAPPED SOURCE OF
BUSINESS INSIGHT
Corporate archive repositories are sources of customer and operational intelligence
containing years of collected data including:
Customer Communications
Contracts
Agreements
Complaints
Correspondence

ARCHIVING 2.0
Complete Centralized Archive & Search of all Structured, Unstructured, and
Semi-Structured Data Stores (Email, Mobile, Social, IM, Web Search, Files,
ECM)
Easier response to FOIA requests
Business Insights & Analytics
Increased Employee Productivity with Built in Simple to Complex Tools
Preserving Corporate Memory
Active Data Repository and Search

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Compliant Archive, Centralized Search,


eDiscovery, & Data Governance

Email
Mobile
Social
Instant Messaging
Web Search

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THANK YOU

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