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SAN JOSE, CA – Mar. 28, 2013 ZL Technologies, Inc., the leader in archiving, records management, compliance and e-Discovery software for large enterprises, announces its presence in the public sector for agencies and organization seeking Total Information Governance™ of their electronic unstructured data. As the Presidential Records Directive sparks initiatives in converting paper records into electronic documents, it is important to note the main challenges associated with the exponential growth of electronic information. ZL CEO and Co-Founder Kon Leong joined Industry Chatter with Francis Rose on Federal News Radio to address the specific issues that the federal agencies are facing today. “The problems that are endemic [for federal agencies] today are multifaceted. First of all, there is the storage issue created by the rising volumes of duplicates. Second, agencies are facing tremendous pressure from compliance and regulatory requirements addressed by the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA). Third, the need to answer eDiscovery requests has become quite a challenge due to the exponential growth of electronic information. Lastly, government agencies are expected to meet the most stringent records record-keeping standard, DoD 5015, endorsed by NARA.” “As the first and only DoD 5015.02 certified organization for Google Mail, we hope to provide public agencies with cost-effective yet secure control of their electronically-stored information (ESI). Agencies can now look forward to converting the current siloed approach into one centralized system to address records management and eDiscovery needs,” said Kon Leong. “We are very excited about the future opportunities in the federal space as more organization look towards a unified approach for information management.” ZL will be exhibiting and presenting at the upcoming Digital Government Institute (DGI) eDiscovery, Records & Information Management Conference. The exhibition will be held on April 4 at The Pavilion Suite in the Ronald Reagan Building in Washington, DC. ZL’s CEO Kon Leong will also be speaking about the topic, Learning from Mistakes: Three Big Errors which Are Breaking Information Governance System. To listen to the full interview titled Managing Messy Data on Federal News Radio, click HERE.
About The Digital Government Institute (DGI) Conference Join government and industry experts at this 10th Annual event who will discuss current technology-based requirements and examples of successful electronic records management and e-discovery programs, as well as the workflow challenges and debate over changing preservation rules.For more information, please visit www.digitalgovernment.com.