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In-Place Data Management or Archive Governance: Nature or Zoo

In-Place Data Management or Archive Governance: Nature or Zoo

Exploring the differences between in-place and archive data management

Enterprises are increasingly required to have control over their unstructured data, as they need to be able to produce relevant documentation for legal discovery, store information to prove regulatory compliance, and remediate […]

Legaltech 2018

A Year of Acronyms

AI, GDPR, and IoT at Legaltech 2018

As promised, Legaltech 2018 was another week full of the hottest legal trends presented by the hottest names in the industry. Although many eDiscovery mainstays received plenty of attention, a few new […]

In today’s information climate, security has to be automatic

Security Meets Automation

In today’s information climate, security has to be automatic

The most popular topic for Doomsayers lately seems to be data privacy, and this concern is not completely without merit. The proliferation of information breaches and hacks paints the picture of a […]

Why the journey of self-discovery may be easier than managing your enterprise data

e-discovery vs Self-discovery

Why the journey of self-discovery may be easier than managing your enterprise data

New Year’s resolutions have us all trying to be better people. And it stinks. But I think it might be easier than preparing an enterprise for litigation, so I put that to […]

Why the eDiscovery industry needs to do an about-face

eDiscovery: Complexity Doesn’t Mean Perfection

Why the eDiscovery industry needs to do an about-face

One of the most common frustrations in the eDiscovery industry today is the needless level of complexity. If you were to poll industry veterans – professionals who speak the same lingo and […]

How access to private accounts may complicate business

The European Union: Facing a New Employee Privacy Paradox

How access to private account activity may complicate business

On January 12th, the European Court of Human Rights determined that an employee’s private chats sent during their work day are accessible by the employer.