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Getting Your Hands Around Email – Introduction

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.

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Enterprise Archive and E-Discovery Scalability via Case Studies

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

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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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1073 “Global Warming” Emails Leaked

Published on November 23, 2009 by in email

A collection of 1073 email messages and 72 documents from Britain’s University of East Anglia (UEA)‘s Climate Research Unit (CRU) related to climate change research was leaked on to the Internet last week. This collection is currently being widely discussed on the Internet and gives a peek into how climate change research has been managed,

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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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Exchange 2010 Archiving Considerations

Published on August 3, 2009 by in email

Email servers were never designed to archive email messages for long periods of time, apply organizational retention and disposition policies, or perform fast search across an entire email environment. However, the email landscape has changed considerably and organizations that must contend with these requirements have increasingly turned to archiving solutions to fill this need. With

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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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