Jul
11

Targeting Risks in IT – 5 Things to Consider

Today’s compliance, litigation, and regulation-heavy business environments introduce a number of challenges for busy IT professionals. Ignoring any of these areas, as well as failing to implement a strong Information Governance (IG) platform, can introduce substantial risk into your organization. … Read More

Jun
22

FOIA reforms are on the way, are you ready?

If you are employed by a federal government agency, then you are probably well aware of FOIA, or the Freedom of Information Act. FOIA was originally signed into law during the 1960’s by then President Lyndon B. Johnson to establish … Read More

Jun
08

Breach of Security: Measuring the Cost of Cyber Crime

Cybercrime is an increasing threat. Estimates vary widely, but according to a recent Reuters article, “Cyber crime costs (the) global economy $445 billion a year.” Other estimates place the costs as high as $1 trillion. The reason estimates vary is due in … Read More

Off the topic: 10 must-do fall activities

The crisp air and chilly nights have begun rolling in, which means it’s time to soak up the last few weeks of decent weather.  If you’re like most people, you can’t believe how fast summer went this year and you’re … Read More

The value of filtering & culling in eDiscovery

Gathering electronically stored information (ESI) for the purposes of litigation is a common task for an IT department. Often this takes the form of a ‘collect everything’ approach and with it huge volumes are sent out for processing and review.  … Read More

To demo, or not to demo: that is the question

So, you are evaluating new technology solutions and why not? In most cases, software will help your business run faster and more efficiently.  Despite the ease with which you make the call to explore new solutions, the process for evaluating them … Read More