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

The crossroads between Information Governance and Healthcare

We have all sat in a doctor’s office waiting room before, looking around for something to pass the time. Perhaps while waiting, your eyes may have drifted over to a wall of filing cabinets, with stacks upon stacks of folios … Read More

AIIMed for Greatness: My AIIM 2014 Conference Recap

Photo provided by AIIM I recently returned from AIIM 2014, the annual conference staged by the Association for Information and Image Management, and I have to say, it was a great experience! Right from the opening keynote by well-known industry … Read More

White Paper: 7 Keys to a Successful IBM Connections Deployment

Companies spend a lot of time evaluating different platforms when selecting their enterprise social software, but few take the time to worry about how to effectively put it into production. We’ll take a look at best practices for successfully rolling … 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