Storage

Email Storage Solutions for Your Business

For many companies email storage is a serious issue. Thousands of emails are sent around a company, whether that be to clients or internally, and those emails take up valuable space on your server. Waterford Technologies have created MailMeter to help you resolve your email storage issues.

MailMeter helps you to achieve four important things. It helps you to get your personal files under control, it reduces your storage space by up to 80%, it reduces your backup and restore times and it helps you to reduce your overall cost of ownership. See below for full details on each MailMeter advantage.

Get Your Personal Files Under Control

Before MailMeter, when users wanted to keep more email and attachments than their mailbox quota allowed, they used personal archives (PST or NSF files), often stored on network drives, making the backup process even longer.

Personal archive files are dangerous to use and are difficult to manage. As corporate business records, they may not be on the corporate file server, on network drives and possibly not on company premises at all. Also, personal archives can easily get corrupted and become unusable. Users may delete them by accident or take them when they leave the company, taking important business records with them.

Reduce Your Total Cost of Ownership

You can reduce your organization’s total cost of ownership by working smarter. Waterford Technologies’ email storage solutions enable you to reduce your email and file storage by up to 80% and your backup times by up to 70%.

By moving old data from expensive to cheaper storage (ILM), you can achieve dramatic savings. We can also help you to extend the lifespan of your current email and file storage hardware. Through working smarter, with our support, you will notice a huge reduction in your organization’s total cost of ownership.

Reduce Backup and Restore Times

Backup costs and restore times are directly correlated to the amount of email kept in the email store. Additional costs with backups include the amount of expensive media that is consumed, administration of the media collections, the equipment to run the backups, offsite storage space for disaster recovery, and the time it takes to restore backup media. Also, media can become corrupted and unusable.