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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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EDRM Enron PST files are now available

The EDRM Enron PST files are now available on the EDRM Data Set website thanks to George Socha, EDRM, and ZL Technologies. I am co-lead of the EDRM Data Set project and personally worked on this data set at ZL Technologies so I thought I would provide a brief introduction to this data before our

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Extreme Performance Archiving Presentation at Oracle OpenWorld (OOW)

On Tuesday October 13, I gave a presentation at Oracle OpenWorld on E-Mail Archiving with “Extreme Performance” and “Green Computing” using a ZL+Oracle solution. The presentation discusses proven performance 100x greater than other solutions by using technologies such as private cloud computing and grid computing. The Extreme Performance theme of the show is especially fitting

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Use of Search Engine Term Black Lists (Stop Words or Noise Words) Can be Detrimental for Findability

Stop words, or noise words, are black lists of words that search engines choose not to index. These are used by some search engines that consider the words of little value; however, they should still be used in eDiscovery where it is more important to find all responsive documents than to provide a just a

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NSF to PST Conversion Issues

While there are many commercial tools that will convert between various email formats, for NSF to PST conversion, John Randall of Randall Consulting provides the following warnings: Subject: Lotus Notes to .pstFrom: John RandallDate: Mon Jul 28, 2008 10:58 pmURL: http://www.litigation-support.org/viewtopic.php?t=16502 You should be very careful of any migration tool that converts .NSF to .PST.

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