So your ex-employee leave the company on bad terms and he/she did one of the following to the email with her
Case 1 – The ex-employee deleted some email a few days or week before her last day?
Case 2 – The ex-employee set a password on the email PST file, then claim to have forgotten or has never set any in the first place?
What are the consequences of a few missing emails? It can be HUGE!
Just imagine if that email is a confirmation email of a major deal for your company, or an important business contact?
Or imagine how much tougher and more time will be spent by the replacement to pierce and join the missing links within the email?
Email archiving is an automated process for preserving and protecting all inbound and outbound email messages (as well as attachments and metadata) so they can be accessed at a later date should the need arise. The benefits of email archiving include the recovery of lost or accidentally deleted emails, accelerated audit response, preservation of the intellectual property contained in business email and its attachments and “eDiscovery” in the case of litigation or internal investigations (what happened when, who said what).
In simpler terms, this means all emails are backup automatically to a vault where it cannot be tampered with and can be retrieved when necessary such as a law suit or internal investigation. That missing email may prove to be a critical evidence in the law suit that can help you win the case.
In certain industries, there are already regulations requiring compulsory email archiving to safeguard the data that is present inside the email. This shows how much emphasis has been placed on email and the data within them in today’s business context.
If you are up all night worrying whether your employees are deleting important critical emails, perhaps it is time to look into Email Archiving and get that peaceful night of sleep you deserve.
At Blazon Technologies, we specialized in protecting our clients’ network and data, ensuring they can keep running their business even if disaster strikes them. To find out how we can help you with your security and protection, contact us for more information.