Constantine & Aborn Select Index Engines as Technology of Choice for Discovery of Electronically Stored Information.New Whitepaper Explains the Significant Costs and Challenges of Accessing Backup Tape See tape backup. Data Without Full Content and Metadata Indexing Technology
HOLMDEL, N.J. -- Index Engines, the leader in enterprise discovery solutions, today announced that Constantine & Aborn Advisory Services advisory services
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"Without proper technology, the retrieval of eDiscovery data from backup tapes can be extraordinarily expensive," said Richard E. Davis, Director of Litigation Risk Management Services for Constantine & Aborn Advisory Services LLC. "Our experience shows that it costs approximately $500 to restore a single backup tape. For a typical discovery scenario which calls for the searching of data from 500 users over four years, it would be common to have 5,000 backup tapes to restore for a total cost of $2,500,000 before data processing data processing or information processing, operations (e.g., handling, merging, sorting, and computing) performed upon data in accordance with strictly defined procedures, such as recording and summarizing the financial transactions of a can even begin. Index Engines enables us to perform a complete content and metadata index of backup tapes, without ever restoring them, giving us a much less costly and time consuming method to extract responsive electronically stored information from backup tapes."
As a leading authority in eDiscovery technologies and processes, CAAS selects technology vendors that will help to streamline the eDiscovery process, reduce costs and mitigate risks. CAAS selected Index Engines based on the following key benefits of its products:
* Offline Tape Discovery without Restore--Index Engines significantly reduces the manual effort and costs surrounding offline tapes and the eDiscovery process. Direct indexing of tape content, without time consuming and expensive restoration of the contents, delivers rapid response to requests for files and emails stored on offline tape.
* Fast and scalable to billions of files--Index Engines technology understands backup formats to directly index tape contents. Because indexing occurs at high speeds, the system can rapidly process large volumes of tapes. A single Index Engines Appliance can index up to 100 million files and email. Multiple Appliances can index billions of files to support even the largest discovery events.
* Quick and easy data restoration-- Index Engines simplifies the restore process by returning query results with tape ID and file location. To restore data, users check the documents they want restored in the query results window. Index Engines automatically generates a request to the administrator with all relevant information.
"The arrival of advanced technology from Index Engines requires fundamental changes in the litigation readiness and response strategies of corporations and counsel," added Davis. "The technology enables parties to potentially capture single instances of files merely by passing the tape. It also eliminates the need to do a full restore of an Exchange server to locate relevant email and attachments. It's technologies like this that literally crack open the vault of backup tape information."
Whitepaper Discussing Technology and the Discovery of Backup Tape Data
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About Constantine & Aborn Advisory Services, LLC
Constantine & Aborn Advisory Services (CAAS) provides superior resources to strategically assist forward-thinking clients in navigating risk and addressing operational challenges. The company's expert staff of professionals provides a unique set of consulting, project management and technology solutions in the e-discovery, compliance monitoring, investigative services and public policy arenas. Based in New York New York, state, United States
New York, Middle Atlantic state of the United States. It is bordered by Vermont, Massachusetts, Connecticut, and the Atlantic Ocean (E), New Jersey and Pennsylvania (S), Lakes Erie and Ontario and the Canadian province of , CAAS provides solutions that work for corporations, law firms, governmental agencies and associations. For more information visit: http://www.caasny.com.
About Index Engines
Founded in 2003, Index Engines is the leader in enterprise discovery solutions. The company's mission is to organize enterprise data assets and make them immediately accessible and easily manageable. Businesses rely on Index Engines' solutions for comprehensive insight into their data in order to streamline the discovery, classification and management of enterprise assets. The Index Engines discovery platform is the only solution on the market that understands storage protocols allowing for high speed, efficient indexing of backup formats including IBM (International Business Machines Corporation, Armonk, NY, www.ibm.com) The world's largest computer company. IBM's product lines include the S/390 mainframes (zSeries), AS/400 midrange business systems (iSeries), RS/6000 workstations and servers (pSeries), Intel-based servers (xSeries) TSM TSM Tivoli Storage Manager
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2. of data in flight on the storage network, a LAN (Local Area Network) A communications network that serves users within a confined geographical area. The "clients" are the user's workstations typically running Windows, although Mac and Linux clients are also used. Engine for ingestion of data from NAS (1) See network access server.
(2) (Network Attached Storage) A specialized file server that connects to the network. A NAS device contains a slimmed-down operating system and a file system and processes only I/O requests by supporting the popular filers, and a Tape Engine for direct indexing of offline tape content with the need to restore the files and email.
Index Engines is privately funded and headquartered in Holmdel, New Jersey. Its products are sold and serviced worldwide directly and through Index Engines channel partners. For more information on Index Engines, please visit the company's website at www.indexengines.com.
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