Discovery Attender Features: Custom Exceptions

This article is the latest in our series exploring the lesser-known features of Discovery Attender.  This time we are focusing on Custom Exceptions, a feature which is a useful aid in auditing and reporting on undesirable items based on file type. … Read More

[INFOGRAPHIC]: MEC 2014 Attendee Survey Results

Last month, we sent a few of our representatives to the Microsoft Exchange Conference (MEC 2014). We had a great experience (you can read our recap here) and met a nice amount of attendees; we asked these attendees a few … Read More

How the heck was MEC (Microsoft Exchange Conference)?

Another Microsoft Exchange Conference (MEC) has come and gone, leaving critics divided.  Like any event, both pros and cons could be highlighted. In my opinion, MEC not only picked a great city in Austin, Texas, but they scheduled perfect weather, … Read More

White Paper: Implementing an Information Governance Program

In today’s world of interconnected devices and ubiquitous connectivity, many of us are engaged as knowledge (or information) workers – routinely creating, processing or disseminating information as our primary job function. As a result, information has become an essential corporate … Read More

EDiscovery in an Information Governance World

When looking over commentary from electronic discovery experts in the past few years, it becomes apparent that there is now greater emphasis on eDiscovery as part of a complete ”Information Governance” (IG) picture.  The management of corporate information at an … Read More

Get ready to MECs it up!

They say you don’t realize what you have until it’s gone; this certainly holds true for more than a thousand Exchange and Office 365 professionals, enthusiasts and developers who returned to the Microsoft Exchange Conference (MEC) two years ago after … Read More