Articles in: File Analysis

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File Analysis Series: File Management

The importance of managing files for data control and enterprise insights

When it comes to enterprise data, it is easy to fixate on the ones and zeros; however, the vast majority of data—upwards of 90%—is unstructured, human-created information. Despite the large percentage of […]

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File Analysis Series: ROT Reduction

Exploring the dangers of ROT files on enterprise compliance, security, and functionality

The average enterprise has hundreds of terabytes of data locked away in their on-premises and cloud servers. Data storage is only set to increase as the pandemic has organizations increasingly reliant on […]

File Analysis: Use Analytics to Play Your Files Like Moneyball

“Does he get on base?” “Moneyball” is a movie I can’t stop watching. It’s one of those where I sit down to watch just one scene and then end up watching the […]

File Analysis and Management: Lessons From A Disorganized Student

I am not an organized person. I usually start out with good intentions—this time I’ll keep my stuff in order. It usually doesn’t pan out. I started a folder for my college […]

What the Heck is Machine Learning Good For, Anyway?

You’ve probably heard the phrase “machine learning” bandied around in business publications. You probably are also frustrated by the vague promises from these articles that machine learning will revolutionize compliance (for better […]

Martin Fedun: Set Up Your Project in a Way That Makes Sense

ZL’s team has a wide variety of perspectives on information governance, brought on by different roles, experiences, and knowledge. For this post, I interviewed account manager Martin Fedun about migration speedbumps and […]