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Helpful archiving feature

This mail is concerning the Controlling Corporate E-mail feature that appeared in the September 2005 issue of Network Magazine. I came across the aforementioned feature while searching the Internet for information on the subject of e-mail archiving.

It has been my personal experience as an IT department in-charge that a lot of information in the company gets lost in the e-mail maze. We have been experimenting with different techniques for a while now to figure how to harness this information. Your feature story was very helpful in getting to know the basics of this technology.

I plan to pass on copies of this article to my team-mates due to its informative nature. I extend my thanks for the information that you have provided us with. I would also like you to recommend the best e-mail archiving solution for my company.

In connection with this, I would like to request you to give me information on how to subscribe to Network Magazine. How do I contact you regarding the same?

— Deendayal Tripathi
Mumbai

Thank you very much for the encouraging words. It is very pleasing to know that the work of our writers is useful for you as a CIO.

With regard to product recommendations, we would like to refrain from providing them. This is due to the fact that we do not perform test reviews of products at the moment. However, many e-mail archiving products have been featured in our Shelf Space section over the past months. You will find information about many relevant products for your requirement in the section by going through the Archives section on the web site or using the web site’s search feature.

Now to the matter of subscriptions. Since you are from Mumbai, you can contact Rajesh Bhajnik or Sameer Khan at 022 5630 1020 regarding the same. Alternatively, you can also subscribe online at the Network Magazine website.

Please do keep the feedback coming, along with suggestions to help us increase the magazine’s quality and relevance to you, the reader.


Relevant articles

Business Intelligence has been talked about a lot for a while now by both vendor and CIO. However, what most discussions lack on this front is how to go about on the BI front, which is where Network Magazine’s February 2006 cover story on BI fits in.

The articles were very relevant from the point of view of what enterprises need to keep in mind while preparing for BI, as well as the various pitfalls to watch out for. It has helped me a lot in getting the basic grounding on BI since both the technical as well as non-technical process aspects of a BI deployment were covered in detail.

I request you to cover such relevant topics in the future. In this regard I have a humble request to make. Is it possible to feature the much-talked-about SOA (service oriented architecture) in one of your future issues?

— Tanmoy Dutta
Bangalore

Thank you very much for the encouragement and feedback.

The BI story’s objective was to cover the topic from the basics onwards since BI is becoming necessary for many an organisation to utilise the information across disparate information stores. It is great to hear that the objective was successful and that you found it useful.

As regards SOA, we will surely feature it in one of the future issues of Network Magazine. The concept is being widely talked about, but it is still a long way from being well-rounded. We have been tracking this trend for a while now, and will be featuring it in the magazine soon.

Do keep the feedback coming in.

We always look forward to hearing from you. Please e-mail your comments, suggestions and queries to prashant@expresscomputeronline.com, or snailmail us at

The Editor
Network Magazine
Business Publications Division
Indian Express Newspapers (Mumbai) Ltd
First Floor, Express Towers
Nariman Point, Mumbai 400021


 
     
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