Twin Valley Homes improves electronic data compliance with Waterford

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Twin Valley Homes improves electronic data compliance with Waterford

Antony Savvas

Twin Valley Homes has improved its electronic data compliance with the eDiscovery system from Waterford Technologies.

Twin Valley Homes is a non-profit organisation responsible for over 8,000 homes in the Blackburn area.

It has implemented Waterford's MailMeter archiving system to meet the stringent requirements of electronic data legislation, such as the Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act (RIPA).

To avoid the possibility of severe legal penalties, the eDiscovery (electronic discovery) element of Waterford's e-mail archiving system enables fast and easy searches of e-mails for Twin Valley Homes, to use as evidence of compliance.

In order to comply with RIPA, organisations such as Twin Valley Homes must demonstrate that if a particular e-mail is requested they are able to provide it within 24 hours.

Lee Richardson, network manager at Twin Valley Homes, said, "MailMeter provides us with a cost effective solution for compliance. Not only does it provide protection against legal penalties, but also enables employees to search critical e-mails relating to contracts and accounts sent up to two years ago quickly and easily."





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