Next-Gen Archiving and Enterprise Vault 14

Reduce risk and achieve compliance in the era of remote work

The rapid adoption of online meeting and team collaboration platforms was astronomical in 2020. With the proliferation of these tools and the growth of remote workforces, archiving has evolved its focus far beyond email. The rapid increase in regulations for data privacy, banking, healthcare and government demands a more integrated and smarter approach to compliance, supervision and eDiscovery.

This webinar, featuring guest speaker Cheryl McKinnon, Principal Analyst with Forrester Research, will highlight the growing role of archiving platforms as a source of corporate memory, including the risks and rewards of recording digital conversations and the governance decisions needed to protect them.

You’ll also learn from Veritas about how the new Enterprise Vault™ 14 release is addressing these challenges:

  • Flexible deployment—Archive to cloud as primary storage, SaaS or on-premises.
  • Supervision—A new web-based intelligent compliance tool.
  • Classification—New policies for tagging COVID-19 data, ransomware and personal and sensitive data.
  • Over 100 content sources—Supported natively and through our partner ecosystem.

If you’re a technology decision-maker deploying tools for the modern digital workplace, this session is for you.



Cheryl McKinnon
Principal Analyst, Forrester Research

Amol Botre
Principal Product Manager, Veritas

Brad Vincent
Solution Marketing Manager, Veritas

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