As to email I haven't seen people do much there. But with Sarbanes Oxley (read http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sarbanes-Oxley_Act ) you may have more than the usual need.
Hi. I have been asked to research some network monitoring tools for the organisation I work for. e.g. Network traffic, what users are accessing on the net, emails that come in etc. "Big Brother" stuff I guess. As this is well out of my usual area, I'm not sure where to begin researching on what is available. I only know there would be software out there to do all/some of these tasks.
The network has about 60 computer users and has been growing rapidly. Currently it is "free for all" regarding net usage and emails.
There has recently been a server upgrade and this organisation now has 3 servers, one for files, one for applications and Exchange Server and another for a specific database. The windows on the servers are two with Server 2003 and one with Exchange Server 2003. Any help/ideas would be greatly appreciated on where I could start looking and researching the benefits of different software.