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Information Governance: Precrime and Early Case Assessment

Published on August 13, 2010 by in ECA, eDiscovery

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

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Automated Collection: Mitgating the Risks and Costs of Manual Collection

Published on August 12, 2010 by in ECA, eDiscovery

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,

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