A Consolidated Archive Storage Array for Compliance and Retention

Reliance on enterprise data is growing at exponential rates. And thanks to internal processes and legal requirements, the period of time that data must be retained is increasing—as is the cost of retaining the data itself. As storage needs grow, the cost of deploying siloed storage systems is becoming unmanageable. Find out how consolidating resources can translate into bottom-line savings for your enterprise.

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Over time, as a result of operating pressures, the proliferation of tools, and changing technology, the corporate information system (IS) has become fragmented. Whereas the database formed the heart of the system 20 years ago, today there are countless sources of data: ERP, customer relations systems, sales management, internal directories, intranets, extranets, websites, etc. Yet this huge quantity of data is not being mined for the wealth and scope of its potential by either employees or information... Read More

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Compliance Tips for Outbound Debt Collection Communications

The largest challenge to successful debt collection efforts today is outbound communications compliance. There are many rules to follow, and requirements are continually evolving.

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