Demystifying Defensible Deletion

Defensible deletion, also known as defensible disposition, is a key component in executing an effective information governance strategy.  When properly applied, a good defensible deletion policy helps to safeguard information assets, reduce corporate risk, free-up resources and streamline operational flow. However, industry reports … Read More

Digging Deeper into Proactive eDiscovery

by Mark Slabinski Proactive eDiscovery, as its name implies, is preemptively establishing a framework to handle any litigation or regulatory searches or collections before it is needed in a real world situation.  It means that tools, resources, policy and procedure … Read More

Discovery Attender Features: Automatic Labels

Continuing our series on lesser known features of Discovery Attender, this article hopes to encourage users to spend some time with Automatic Labels.  Introduced back in version 3.0, this option piggy-backs onto the search process to apply a label (or … Read More

The power of visual data

Before you can develop a clear, effective information governance strategy, you need to understand the environment where your data resides and then clarify the requirements and goals of your organization. The best way to accomplish this is with effective analysis … Read More

Discovery Attender 3.91 Now Available

The long awaited release of Discovery Attender 3.91 has arrived.   This new version adds features and rolls up all outstanding hotfixes for more expansive searching and collection. New features include: New data store to search including SharePoint 2013, Office 365 Online … Read More

Proactive vs. Reactive eDiscovery: Which is best for you?

Having a good eDiscovery solution is one of the cornerstones of an effective information governance strategy. However, this is one area that many businesses still struggle with every year. According to a recent AIIM article, very few companies feel that they … Read More