Ontario document archiving has been faced with many challenges in today’s business environment. Companies have many different types of data sources, some of which are relational databases, document repositories, email stores and file servers. Increasing the challenges of managing this complex environment are corporate acquisitions, regulatory compliance, information governance and mandates to reduce operational cost through vendor and infrastructure consolidation.
Ontario document archiving is used to store millions of records, statements, policies, images and other types of documents. Archiving relies on indexes and metadata associated with each individual document. This information aids in discovery, content validation, storage organization, retrieval, distribution and delivery of the documents in the archived system.