Articles in: Dark Data


Dark Data: Lose It or Use It

Tapping into the darkness of unstructured data and how to use it or lose it

If you are like most companies, your data is collecting dust – and a lot of it. 73% to 90% of organizational data is dark and unmanaged. To most, these stats are […]


Understanding Discovery Proportionality to Redefine the Scope of eDiscovery

Diving into the role of Discovery proportionality and finding a solution with regards to scope of eDiscovery

The added component of proportionality in the rule 26 (b) (1) of the FRCP in 2015 has raised a lot of eyebrows. The total number of Discovery proportionality case disputes have increased […]

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Information Governance: Knowing is Half the Battle

GDPR and CCPA have had a wide impact on how we think about what constitutes data knowledge. Your business needs to know what data it has collected, and where it’s kept, in […]

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Data Privacy: How the Current NCAA Debate Reflects the State of Big Data

A Country Divided? With Data Privacy, Not So Much If you aren’t aware, a massive ongoing debate is being waged between student-athletes, state legislatures, and the National Collegiate Athletic Association. As part […]

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Bandits Are After Your Unmanaged Dark Data!

“History doesn’t repeat itself, but it often rhymes.” This quote is often attributed to Mark Twain (though no one can seem to confirm that he said it), but it remains a timely […]

Managing risk by steering clear of disorganized file shares

Your File Share is not a Dumping Ground

Managing risk by steering clear of disorganized file shares

Recently my car was broken into, which really sucked. But I’ll still admit that I’m partially to blame; as a commuter I often treat my car as a dumping ground, and am […]