The Sherpa Approach: Meeting the Demands of the Digital Age

Ben Franklin once famously said, “The only things certain in life are death and taxes.”  As we’ve seen since the changes to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure (FRCP) in 2006, litigation should be included in that discussion as well. … Read More

Proactive Steps for Effective Response to Litigation

The recent post Information Management is the Key mentioned several steps that are recommended to help organizations effectively handle legal discovery.  Additionally, it covers vital data requests such as subpoenas, governmental inquiries or even internal investigations.   This post will provide some more detail on … Read More

Mail Attender vs. Domino – Quotas

One of the most popular features of Mail Attender is its ability to set a Quota on a mail file. Right away you might be asking, “Why would I want to buy this when I can use the quotas that … Read More

Gensui Imaging — Part 3: Historical Journaling

The following is part three of a fictional story, based on a true-to-life situation. (Part one is available here. Or check out part two here.) The names of companies and people are fictitious, but the situations they face are the … Read More

The Evolution of Cryptography

Cryptography, or the practice of encrypting or disguising private messages/information, has deep roots. So deep in fact that they trace all the way back to 1900 BC. It’s easy to think that the ways in which your computer’s information is … Read More

Why You Need Retention Policies

“To retain or not to retain?” that is the question. There are many organizations who are considering adopting a document retention policy. In fact, many companies are required to by law. But what about the companies who are not legally … Read More