A little while back, Craig Ball wrote an article, “E-Mail Isn’t as Ethereal as You Might Think” for Law Technology News which described some high level basics of the MIME Internet mail format standard. Much more technical than the typical LTN article, it highlighted the need for more articles and discussion on the ESI itself.
One of the treats of attending large technology conferences is the opportunity to hear inspirational speakers. At last year’s Oracle OpenWorld, I was fortunate to hear James Carville and Mary Matalin so I was excited to learn that Bill Clinton and Stevie Wonder were to speak at this year’s DreamForce conference. As excited as I
The AIIM Golden Gate Chapter is holding an E-Discovery Lunch and Learn panel on reducing cost and risk via in-house E-Discovery. We’ve assembled a well-rounded expert panel, representing both inside and outside counsel to discuss and share their experiences with you. The event is being held in San Francisco at Duane Morris and will cover
Leading industry analysts have found that enterprise data (ESI) continues to growing at a over 60% annually with over 80% of that data being unstructured content (IDC, 2009). To manage the tremendous volumes of user generated content, organizations are well suited to turn to unified archiving/E-Discovery solutions that will scale not only in terms of
Arcot Systems has agreed to be acquired by Computer Associates for $200 million. I joined Arcot Systems as employee #32 a while back and worked there for several years. Many of the people I worked with at Arcot are still there and they have my congratulations. The following is a screen shot from their current
With the typical Fortune 1000 firm now having over 5 petabytes of data, including SharePoint and social media, large enterprises can benefit from having a single “source of truth” or system of record for eDiscovery. Instead of having to collect, search and analyze data from multiple repositories, an centralized system can allow legal, records management,
I recently posted an article titled Best Practices: Stopping Precrime on The Modern Archivist. In this article, I wrote about the ability of organizations to stop information crimes before they happen by integrating “Precrime Intelligence” and Early Case Assessment into their standard, everyday Information Management processes, the same way that Tom Cruise attempted to stop
Jason Baron, a thought leader electronic discovery, recently mentioned a topic that “ought to be blogged about,” namely that of automated collections vs. manual collections. Automated collection is the use of software and hardware to improve the speed and reliability of collection over the network while manual collections often require manual collection of hard drives,
I recently returned from the EDRM VI Kickoff Meeting in Minneapolis and wanted to provide everyone with an update for the Data Set Project, which I co-chair. The Data Set Project’s goals have expanded to cover projects that will not only make testing and evaluation of eDiscovery solutions easier, but also projects that should lower
I am proud to announce that ZL Unified Archive 7 has been announced as a finalist and honoree in the 2010 Stevie American Business Awards in the category of New Products & Product Management. Special thanks go to the development and product management teams which have worked hard to make Unified Archive 7 a success.