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(reposted with permission from CSI Pune’s Desktalk newsletter)
Content Archiving is a new class of enterprise application designed for managing user-generated, unstructured electronic information. The purpose of Content Archiving is to manage unstructured information over the entire lifecycle – fast access to recent information, and cheap storage for historical information, and sophisticated search and retrieval tools for legal discovery.
CSI-Pune conducted a half-day workshop on Information Life-cycle management. T.M. Ravi, founder and CEO of Mimosa Systems gave the keynote presentation. There were product/project pitches from IBM, Zmanda, Coriolis. A talk on storage trends by Abhinav Jawadekar. Finally a panel discussion with representation from Symantec (V. Ganesh), BMC (Bladelogic; Monish Darda), Zmanda (K K George), […]
What: Seminar on Information Lifecycle Management. ILM consists all the technologies required during the lifetime of some data stored in an enterprise. How data comes in, where it is stored, the storage hardware/software and architecture, how it is archived and backed up, retention policies, and deletion policies. When: Thursday, 29 May 2008, 4pm to 9pm […]