How machine learning is changing information governance

While machine learning sounds interesting, how does it differ from what is currently on the market? Why is this technology so important to the future success of compliance operations in your company? There is some debate over its definition, but … Read More

Potential eDiscovery implications of upcoming changes to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure (FRCP)

It’s no secret that the eDiscovery process is time-consuming and expensive – and not just in the obvious sense, such as the costs of having legal teams and forensics experts pour through data, looking for responsive content in electronically stored … Read More

Troubleshooting: Become the best technical support contact ever

Imagine, for a moment, a common situation in any information governance (IG) program: It’s 1:00 p.m. on Thursday, and you’ve just received a request from your organization’s legal team with a page-and-a-half-full of search terms and parameters. They need this … Read More

Reminder: Archive Attender 3.5 support ending soon

Customers currently using Archive Attender version 3.5 are highly encouraged to upgrade to the current version 4.2 of the product before the support end date of December 15, 2014. As previously announced, older Archive Attender versions up to, and including … Read More

[Off-the-topic] Black Friday statistics and predictions: Should we start calling Thanksgiving ‘Black Thursday?’

If you’re anything like me, you’re going to wake up on November 27 of this year, turn the TV on to watch the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade (amid grumbles from your significant other, saying that all he/she wants to watch … Read More

Data leakage within your environment

Typically, when an eDiscovery request is being created, the first type of data that comes to mind is email; it is the most logical and popular place to search. Everyone uses email – and more on point, everyone keeps email. … Read More