Information Management
  • The Battle Between Data Analytics and Privacy

    October 4th, 2016
  • Data analytics and privacy are by their nature antithetical to one another. Analytics initiatives accumulate as much data as possible in order to provide the greatest possible insight into their subject; in the case of employee analytics this is largely unstructured data, comprising electronic communications and files, sometimes containing personal information. If employed recklessly, it […]

  • Spring Cleaning: Five Myths About File Analysis

    May 9th, 2016
  • Myths are paradoxical. They often start with a kernel of truth, and the most fertile ground in which a kernel sprouts and grows, is a field of confusion. The more complex a topic, the more likely it is that myths will spread vigorously like weeds. Case in point? Information governance. Everyone has his or her […]

  • Are Data Scientists Doing the Job They Were Hired For?

    January 6th, 2016
  • Data scientists currently have one of the hottest jobs (and hottest pay scales) in modern business, but their reality is rarely the same as their job description. To read the full article, please visit information management. To download a PDF version of this article, click here.

  • Data in 2016: 10 Shocking & Surprising Takes

    January 4th, 2016
  • This slideshow contains predictions of a frank and bold nature, which are intended for a mature data science audience. To read the full article, please visit Information Management. To download a PDF version of this article, click here.

  • Litens Automotive Group Reviews ZL Unified Archive®

    July 14th, 2011
  • “The Unified Archive is a robust and flexible system that offers significant storage savings, without disrupting the workflow of employees. It utilizes a GRID-based architecture and supports full virtualization, meaning that the system operates smoothly and fits easily into the pre-existing IT infrastructure. Speed of search is another major strength, both at the user and […]