Understanding the ROI of Database Archiving

Database archiving can help organizations to improve system performance, mitigate risks and control costs. But the benefits don’t end there. Join us to hear how sites across industries have deployed archiving strategies to support compliance and discovery initiatives, decommission obsolete applications, leverage cost effective tiered storage and speed application upgrades – just to name a few. Most importantly, learn how database archiving aligns with your organizational goals of maximizing business value of your current IT infrastructure.

  1. Introduction
  2. Understanding IT Business Value
  3. The Importance of Business Value Analysis
  4. Making the Case for Change
  5. A Quick Review of Database Archiving
    1. Data Growth
    2. Decommissioning/Portfolio Optimization
    3. Upgrades/Migrations
    4. Data Retention Compliance/E-discovery
  6. Understanding Your Infrastructure
  7. Benefit Areas
    1. Reducing Storage Capital Costs
    2. Reducing Application and Database Management Resource Requirements
    3. Reduce Server Processor Upgrade Capital Costs
    4. Reduce Business SLA Penalties
    5. Improved Availability
    6. Improved Data Retention Compliance
  8. Improved Application Performance


Eric Offenberg, CIPP and Product Marketing Manager at Princeton Softech, an IBM Company, has established himself as a data privacy thought leader. With nearly 10 years of technology marketing experience across industries, Offenberg speaks on data privacy compliance issues in live Webinars, industry events and with media and analysts on behalf of Princeton Softech. He holds an MBA with a concentration in marketing from Rider University and a BA degree in communications with a concentration in public relations from Rutgers University.


Feb 19 2008


8:00 am - 11:00 am


Insurance Institute of Canada, 18 King Street East, 16th Floor Toronto (Medium training room)

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