How machine learning is changing information governance

While machine learning sounds interesting, how does it differ from what is currently on the market? Why is this technology so important to the future success of compliance operations in your company? There is some debate over its definition, but … Read More

Data leakage within your environment

Typically, when an eDiscovery request is being created, the first type of data that comes to mind is email; it is the most logical and popular place to search. Everyone uses email – and more on point, everyone keeps email. … Read More

Using Classification in your Information Governance Strategy

I recently returned from the ARMA 2014 show in San Diego. Aside from a chance to visit this beautiful city, it was a great opportunity to connect with our customers and industry professionals within the records management community, and also … Read More

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

See you in booth #932 at ARMA 2014!

This weekend, we will be attending the ARMA Live! Annual Conference and Expo. Unlike last year when we launched the KISS (Keep It Sherpa Simple) campaign and handed out 7 oz. Hershey Kisses, we’re going with a different approach. ARMA … Read More