My company has been spending the past year looking at file\email archiving software along with an eDiscovery solution. We have pretty much narrowed down to either IBM's FileNet or EMC's Kazeon. We feel both will suit our needs. We are a mid-size, private, manufacturing company. We have very few legal liability suits. Based on presentations, we are concerned that while the IBM solution is very good, it may require several additonal staff members just to manage and maintain it, along with several years of implementation before we see any benefit from it. Kazeon is an appliance that will index our data in place and allow for eDiscovery and hold rather quickly. Does anyone out there have any practical experience with the products? NO SALES pitches, we have heard plenty of them, I am looking for experience in setting up, using, and maintaining these systems and what goes into it.