We asked business professionals to review the solutions they use. Here are some excerpts of what they said:
"Google Vault comes as part of a package deal for us."
"Last year, the price was randomly increased and our customers were really facing a challenge around this. Google launched new pricing under different plans, where formerly there were only three plans, and now there are four, each with their own separate usage allowances. I think it's good, though. The basic plan is now the Business Starter plan, and many customers find this plan very convenient and minimal in price. Overall, the pricing for all the plans is good."
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Google Vault lets you retain, hold, search, and export data to support your organization’s archiving and eDiscovery needs. Vault supports:
Vault is entirely web-based, so there's no need to install or maintain any software. Vault is included with G Suite Enterprise, Business, Education, or Drive Enterprise edition. (Compare editions) Or you can buy Vault licenses for an additional $5 per user, per month.
Google Vault is ranked 2nd in eDiscovery with 4 reviews while IPRO is ranked 16th in eDiscovery. Google Vault is rated 9.2, while IPRO is rated 0.0. The top reviewer of Google Vault writes "Helps large companies with many employees keep track of important business emails and data". On the other hand, Google Vault is most compared with Mimecast Mailbox Continuity, Veritas Enterprise Vault and kCura Relativity, whereas IPRO is most compared with Nuix eDiscovery, LAW PreDiscovery and LexisNexis Concordance Classic.
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