Gravity, physics, and the mysteries of dark data

Cosmologists and astrophysicists have long hypothesized about the existence of “dark matter,” a mysterious, invisible substance inferred by the gravitational behavior of the large-scale structure of the universe. While unseen by telescopes, dark matter may account for most of the … Read More

Are eDiscovery Policies a part of your risk management plan?

Electronic discovery (also called eDiscovery) refers to any process in which electronic data is sought, located, secured, and searched often with the intent of using it as evidence in a legal case.  Discovery of electronic records has become a concern … Read More

Policies for your organization’s IG strategy. Classification, we don't need no stinking classification.

Just because you’ve created retention policies for email and files, it in no way means you are done. Actually, the fun is about to begin. First and foremost, you are never actually done with information governance (IG). The process is … Read More

Afraid of the dark…data?

Throughout our blog, we’ve provided a substantial amount of content about how to prepare for and implement an information governance initiative within your organization. Most of that advice is geared toward managing information that your governance team knows about. As … Read More

Small Business & Policy Enforcement: Why it Matters

Many companies in the small or medium business (SMB) space assume that information governance and policy management concerns are solely the domain of large enterprises. That misconception couldn’t be further from the truth.  SMBs are bound by the same regulations … Read More

Should Dark Data be brought to light?

Dark data has become a topic of interest for many companies over the last few years.  So, is the term as scary as it sounds?  What is dark data?  Gartner defines dark data as “the information assets organizations collect, process … Read More