Data archiving is a broad topic, and so we will look at a few common situations that might require you to protect (archive) old information.
E-mail archiving is probably the archiving we see most frequently. For legal reasons, companies want every email both internal and external to be saved indefinitely. They do this to protect themselves from lawsuits or accusations of improper dealings. To be considered archived an email must not be editable or detectable. This means that simply having email stored in the cloud is not enough and additional steps must be taken to lock down this information.
Document archiving is also common where clients have multiple locations and yet want any place to be able to find and open a bill of lading or a contract and see who signed it and what the details are.
These documents are indexed and have search capabilities so files and parts of files can easily be located and retrieved.
A variation of the paper archiving is recorded history where each time a document is saved it is saved as a new revision, and this might be more like what you’re looking for.
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