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The Latest Buzzword - Information Governance

 25-06-2015 (316)
 

By now companies realize that the most important assets they have within their possession is the data that they collect. Whether it be transaction data, internal communications, emails, or social media, there is a lot of it. However, what they’ve been slower to realize is that the same data if not properly managed can be an enormous risk espe...

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How Does Your Organization Protect its Personal Identifiable Information (PII)?

 03-06-2015 (303)
 

Every year, we file our personal income taxes with the IRS. These filings contain our personal information such as social security number, address, birthdate, and annual income; all personal information that could be used to steal our identities. And that is exactly what happened a week ago, when the IRS became the latest victim of a security breac...

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How Data Governance Can Help Tame the 4 Vs of Big Data

 27-05-2015 (449)
 

Every day, we create 2.5 quintillion of data, so much so that it expected to reach 40 zettabytes of data by 2020. It is important to note that approximately 80% of this data is unstructured data from sources which include social media, enterprise content, media, and internal communications. Big data is usually defined by 4 characteristics or the 4...

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Achieve Cost Savings with eDiscovery

 14-05-2015 (264)
 

We all understand the the volume of data that companies collect and keep is growing. That is expected to continue to increase. The valuable data lies in the unstructured data which makes up 78% of all data. For a discovery process, this presents challenges and rising costs in dealing with growing volume of information. View our infographic below to...

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Prejudice, Proportionality and Precision: 2015 FRCP Amendments

 06-05-2015 (629)
 

Some believe that the amendments, effective December 2015 if Congress does not intervene, will not change eDiscovery practice.  I am not one of them.  The 2015 amendments were designed primarily to reduce costs for producing parties:  the cost of losing a case due to terminating sanctions, the cost of fees designed to punish and co...

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