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EDRM VI Kickoff Meeting – Data Set Project Update

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

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ZL Unified Archive 7 Honored as 2010 Stevie Awards Finalist

Published on May 14, 2010 by in award, ZL

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.

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AIIM Heathcare Content Management Lunch Seminar in San Francisco

Unstructured content is as important as ever for heath records and EHR management needs to move beyond managing structured database content to handle other types of content including hand-written notes, forms, diagnostic images, video, audio and other multimedia formats critical to patient care. Come learn about how these forms of ESI can be manged through

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How Would Iron Man Manage his Email?

Published on May 6, 2010 by in Scalability, ZL

I’ve always been a fan of Tony Stark and Iron Man because this super hero was created through the use of innovative technology. As a movie heavily laden with CGI, it then becomes even more interesting to learn about the technology that was used for content management while creating the movie and how it can

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Data Mapping Nuts and Bolts

Published on April 13, 2010 by in eDiscovery

AIIM Infonomics just published my contributed article titled “Data Mapping Nuts and Bolts” in their April 13, 2010 issue. While there are many articles and white papers on data mapping, when I was asked to write this article, I took a look at the existing material and realized that I had not run across a

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8 Things You Can’t Afford to Ignore About eDiscovery

On Thursday, February 25, I gave an eDiscovery presentation to the AIIM Golden Gate chapter titled “8 Things You Can’t Afford to Ignore About eDiscovery.” 8 Things comes from John Mancini’s AIIM 8 Things Series which provided the umbrella concept for the talk. The presentation is designed to provide an overview of current trends in

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ZL Technologies Among KMWorld’s ‘100 Companies that Matter in Knowledge Management’ for 2010

I’m pleased to report that ZL Technologies has been named one of KMWorld’s 100 Companies that Matter in Knowledge Management for 2010. This list was created by a team of KM practitioners, theorists, analysts, vendors, customers and colleagues and will be posted to the KMWorld website on March 1, 2010. ZL Unified Archive provides a

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Information Governance – The Evolution of Email Archiving?

Published on February 23, 2010 by in email

The email archiving space has changed and evolved dramatically since it was created to deal with Microsoft Exchange mailbox management. From there, SEC and NASD compliance requirements led to the creation of mail server journaling and the need to archive journaled email as well as instant messages and other communications sent by broker-dealers. Then in

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Forrester, Cloud Storage, and Private Clouds

Forrester recently released a report titled “Business Users Are Not Ready For Cloud Storage: Current And Planned Adoption Of Storage-As-A-Service Is Minimal For Now” which indicated few firms are showing interest in moving their data into the cloud, noting that: Respondents in all geographies and of all company sizes appear to have little interest in

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ZL Unified Archive Honored with 2009 Law Technology News Technology Award

Published on December 18, 2009 by in award, ZL

ZL Unified Archive has been honored with the Law Technology News 2009 Technology Award. The LTN awards are selected by actual product users among LTN’s 40,000 subscribers across a variety of legal requirements. ZL Unified Archive was selected in the area of Records Management, an area that EDRM is calling Information Management, to help organizations

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