Justifications for Software Upgrades

Recently, Microsoft made waves in the corporate world by announcing that they were shuttering support for their popular operating system, Windows XP. Despite widespread adoption of Windows 7 in recent years (with 54% of current OS market share), the now … Read More

White Paper | Building Your Information Governance Roadmap (CIGP Part 2)

The first part of this series introduced the topic of information governance (IG) and underscored the importance of viewing information as a valuable corporate asset that must be tracked, managed and disposed of at the end of its useful life. … Read More

Discovery Attender: A glowing recommendation

We were very pleased to see that David Cowen, a known blogger for his “Hacking Exposed: Computer Forensics Blog” writings, has both downloaded our free trial of Discovery Attender and blogged about it as a product recommendation for eDiscovery solutions. … Read More

Off-the-topic: Top 5 iPhone apps for the “Type A” crowd

Are you a little “Type A?” If so, you might’ve heard people tell you this, and you may have laughed a little at the idea, or even just shrugged it off as a joke. It’s a real thing, though. As … Read More

Murmurs of MER 2014 (Managing Electronic Records)

Deep breath….and exhale. I just returned from a quick and jam-packed visit to the windy city for the Managing Electronic Records (MER) 2014 show, and thought I would share a few MER murmurs, post-show fashion. This year marked the 20th … Read More

Understanding Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX)

Interest in corporate governance, and more specifically information governance, has been on the rise following major corporate scandals that led to the collapse of such major companies as Enron, WorldCom and Tyco. Enron, an energy and natural resources producer, claimed … Read More