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City of Seattle: Transparent Local Government

 24-02-2015 (144)
 Bob Fucci

One of the biggest fears that many corporation dread is the call from a vendor telling them that a product they’ve invested in for years will be discontinued with support ending in the very near future. With HP-Autonomy’s decision to sunset Mimosa/NearPoint, an email archiving and eDiscovery software, many corporations and government ag...

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Top 7 Privacy Concerns

 18-02-2015 (214)
 Mary Mack

The recent Anthem data breach has brought security and privacy to the forefront for most organizations. While at Legal Tech New York, I moderated a panel on privacy with panelists discussing some of the top privacy concerns for this year. Sponsored by Women in Ediscovery on February 5, 2015, the panel included: Amanda Kosowsky, VP, AG...

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Are you Being Smart With Your Data?

 10-02-2015 (271)
 Johannes Scholtes

Last week, I attended a session at Legal Tech on “dark data” and the costs and risks of not managing that data. The session indicated that the increase of security breaches has brought information governance to the forefront for most companies. There’s an imminent and pressing need to get control of the data before the next securi...

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A Case Study on How to Catch a War Criminal

 27-01-2015 (314)
 Johannes Scholtes

In any litigation, there are millions of pages of documents, paper and electronic, that must be collected, processed, reviewed and disclosed. However, when you are the UN International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY), prosecuting a high profile case, there is little room for error in the discovery process. In 1994, the UN Intern...

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ROI in eDiscovery...Beyond a Cost Center

 20-01-2015 (215)
 Johannes Scholtes

While many organizations understand and accept the fact that eDiscovery is a cost center and does not generate any revenue for the company, there are ways to quantify savings from eDiscovery. We all know that the amount of ESI data that is kept by companies will continue to increase. IDC predicts that the digital universe will reach 40ZB by 2020...

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Privacy 2014-2015: Data Breaches, Doxxing and eDiscovery

 07-01-2015 (246)
 Mary Mack

Here are some of the issues and events I’ve been tracking in the nexus between ediscovery and privacy. To predict the future, one only needs to look to what is already happening. The Sony hack released entire email stores and employee health data. The tension is palpable between open access and privacy. FOIA disclosures with SSN’s and...

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Looking Ahead to 2015

 30-12-2014 (387)
 Johannes Scholtes

As 2014 comes to an end, we look ahead to see the trends that are driving eDiscovery and Information Governance in 2015. 1) Security is a high priority With the recent data breach at Sony Pictures, it is clear that security must be a priority for today’s companies. Data breaches increased by 43% this year and, unfortunately, most comp...

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BYOD Still Causes Heartburn in eDiscovery

 15-12-2014 (570)
 Mary Mack

Bring Your Own Device, or BYOD, is very popular for companies to save money and keep employees happy. Once litigation or regulatory event hits, BYOD’s popularity plunges through the floor. So many devices, so little time While BYOD can push the IT support of such devices to the individual employee, it boomerangs back when legal deadlines lo...

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12 Days of Discovery

 10-12-2014 (152)
 Diem Shin

For the 12 Days of Discovery, my true love gave to me...

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Information Governance is Good Business

 09-12-2014 (690)
 Johannes Scholtes

A few weeks ago, I participated in the Information Governance Exchange in Berlin. Over 50 participants from many countries, companies and government organizations gathered to discuss the future of Information Governance as it relates to eDiscovery, Enterprise Information Archiving and cyber-security. As litigation related eDiscovery requests are m...

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