EDiscovery in an Information Governance World

When looking over commentary from electronic discovery experts in the past few years, it becomes apparent that there is now greater emphasis on eDiscovery as part of a complete ”Information Governance” (IG) picture.  The management of corporate information at an … Read More

Get ready to MECs it up!

They say you don’t realize what you have until it’s gone; this certainly holds true for more than a thousand Exchange and Office 365 professionals, enthusiasts and developers who returned to the Microsoft Exchange Conference (MEC) two years ago after … Read More

Make Your Office 365 Migration A Walk In The Clouds At MEC 2014

Keep it Sherpa Simple: KISS your data struggles goodbye Sherpa Software will be sharing industry experience and best practices as they demonstrate their Microsoft Exchange solutions at the upcoming Microsoft Exchange Convention (MEC) 2014 in Austin, Texas. The increasing popularity of … Read More

The 4 considerations to make when managing emails

When you hear the term “email management,” what does that mean to you? My guess is that in  asking that question to different IT groups either within the same company or different companies, I would receive many different responses. In … Read More

Elements of an effective information governance strategy

Recently, I’ve been investigating ARMA certification as an Information Governance Professional (IGP). Needless to say, there is a substantial amount of material outlined in the DACUM curriculum for that program, but I’ve learned that there are a series of core … Read More

Case Study: A PST Migration Story

With compliance and other requirements necessitating the elimination of loose PST files, companies are burdened with moving this data to a centralized repository in a timely, secure and cost-effective manner. However, PST files are often dispersed throughout an organization’s network … Read More