Articles in: Dark Data

Making sense of the dark data mess

File Share Lost and Found

Making sense of the dark data mess

Does your hard drive look like a lost and found bin? Mine sure does. We have all experienced the frustration of losing something in a public place. At first, you retrace your […]

Is there any way the cloud can mitigate the risk of not knowing what you have? How do you maintain defensibility when moving data to the cloud?

O365 Webinar: How to Handle Dark Data in the Cloud

Is there any way the cloud can mitigate the risk of not knowing what you have? How do you maintain defensibility when moving data to the cloud?

As a follow-up to the recent Microsoft Office 365 governance webinar we hosted with PwC, we’re answering some of the audience questions we got during the live event. For more question and […]

How strategic file analysis can increase file security

File Shares and File Fumbles

How strategic file analysis can increase file security

Sony Pictures, JP Morgan, Target, Anthem, Ashley Madison… the list of debilitating cybersecurity breaches that have flooded the news over the last two years goes on and on. Yet with the business […]

How to Start Your File Cleanup Project

Dark Data Webinar

How to Start Your File Cleanup Project

If fads exist in the information governance space, then file management must be the new Slinky™. Though file management may not be as exciting as the flexible, sprightly metal toy loved by children of decades past, it has become a catalyst for several data management projects in recent news.

Bringing Dark Data to Light Through File Analysis

File Analysis Webinar

Bringing Dark Data to Light Through File Analysis

Growing up with two younger brothers, it is needless to say there were times when we butted heads. Specifically, we always found ourselves fighting when it came time to clean. If, for example, I was supposed to clean the living room and my brothers were supposed to clean their bedroom and the kitchen, we found that we were constantly just pushing the mess into the other rooms...

The dark data conundrum explained by "The Boss"

Be “The Boss” of Dark Data

Why File Analysis Should be Music to Your Ears

The 1980s were a time for resurgence. The PC was introduced into the business world around the same time that the first domain name was registered, and electronic business spurred economic growth around the world. In the media, the vein of Americana that had been previously closed off for a decade came rushing back as Bruce Springsteen rode the momentum from Asbury Park to the universal stage.