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It's a step in the right direction, but O365 is a far cry from unified information governance

What Office 365 is, and What Office 365 isn’t

It's a step in the right direction, but O365 is a far cry from unified information governance

Recently I have had a number of discussions with industry leaders who wonder how their companies’ transitions to Microsoft Office 365 (O365) is going to affect their information governance mix. While this […]

How iPhone vs. Android relates to information governance

Smartphones and Governance

How iPhone vs. Android relates to information governance

iPhone or Android? It would hardly be hyperbole to suggest that question ranks among the most hotly debated issues of our time! There are many reasons to prefer either product. This blog […]

The unlikely connection between Game of Thrones and unified eDiscovery

eDiscovery: Stark Contrasts

The unlikely connection between Game of Thrones and unified eDiscovery

WARNING: This blog post contains minor Game of Thrones spoilers. It is highly recommended that anyone reading should first watch every season in its entirety. If you are past season 1, you are probably fine, but it is still recommended to catch up. And let’s be honest; at this point you should probably be all in or all out, given that it’s been on for 6 years already!

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 […]

Why some business users don’t agree that less is more

The Paradox of Simplicity: A Look at ZL’s Unified Archive

Why some business users don’t agree that less is more

ZL Unified Archive® is often tragically misunderstood. It’s like the ‘breakfast club’ of information governance software. Last week, I was having a conversation at a conference in Houston, and (not unexpectedly) I […]