INFOGOV14: information governance for the IT professional

I was very honored to be invited to speak at the inaugural Information Governance Conference (INFOGOV14) being held in Hartford, CT from September 8-10. In my view, this event signals the emergence of information governance (IG) as a serious stand-alone … 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

[White Paper] Part 3 of Implementing an Information Governance Program is now available

Here’s something to make up for the fact that summer is abruptly ending: We have just released our part 3 of the Implementing an Information Governance Program white paper series. We know you’ve all been patiently waiting! In this white … Read More

How to delete a PST file: 4 steps to take

PST stands for personal storage files and is also known as Outlook Data File. This file contains all of your emails, contacts, calendar, tasks and notes related to your email account in Outlook. Often times, you can find yourself with duplicate PST … Read More

MWLUG 2014

On Wednesday, August 27, Sherpa Software will be descending on Grand Rapids, MI for MWLUG 2014! I am looking very forward to seeing both familiar and not so familiar faces and talk about how information governance is affecting them. Though … Read More

Information governance and records management: A question of strategy vs. tactics

The distinction between information governance (IG) and records and information management (RIM) represents a key element of corporate information management today and is one of the greatest challenges facing many companies. When a company wants to overhaul how it manages information, … Read More