EDiscovery Software Basics: How & Why

A 2013 Science Daily report concluded that 90 percent of all of the world’s electronic data had been created in the two years prior to the study with no sign of slowing down. Companies are completely awash in data. Now … Read More

End of support for Archive Attender 3.5

Support for Archive Attender 3.5 is ending on December 15, 2014.  After this date, older Archive Attender versions up to, and including 3.5 SP3, will not be patched or updated, nor will support be provided. Customers currently using Archive Attender … Read More

Is there a place for tapes in today's information governance strategies?

Whether hated, loved, or regarded with ambivalence, backup tapes are still a part of the information governance (IG) landscape at many organizations. Although they are rapidly being phased out in many companies, tapes are the lumbering dinosaur of disaster recovery … Read More

Discovery Attender: A glowing recommendation

We were very pleased to see that David Cowen, a known blogger for his “Hacking Exposed: Computer Forensics Blog” writings, has both downloaded our free trial of Discovery Attender and blogged about it as a product recommendation for eDiscovery solutions. … Read More

Understanding Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX)

Interest in corporate governance, and more specifically information governance, has been on the rise following major corporate scandals that led to the collapse of such major companies as Enron, WorldCom and Tyco. Enron, an energy and natural resources producer, claimed … Read More

Best (but not most followed) practices

Best practices often fall by the wayside when programs are implemented quickly, and then immediately run with little consideration toward training or documentation. Proactive maintenance and correct usage of features can help dramatically reduce the amount of time and energy … Read More