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Finding PCI and PII Data with Discovery Attender
Wed, Sep 21st 2016 6
Bring Your Own Device & Data Security
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Understanding the General Data Protection Regulation
Wed, Aug 24th 2016 9
Targeting Risks in IT – 5 Things to Consider
Mon, Jul 11th 2016 10
FOIA reforms are on the way, are you ready?
Wed, Jun 22nd 2016 8
Breach of Security: Measuring the Cost of Cyber Crime
Wed, Jun 8th 2016 9
How to Survive Data Discovery in the Digital age
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Infographic: Two-Question Survey on Policy Enforcement and eDiscovery
Wed, Oct 7th 2015 10
Why Data Mapping is Critical to Managing Corporate Data
Thu, Nov 5th 2015 10
How to Survive Data Discovery in the Digital age
Mon, May 9th 2016 10
Targeting Risks in IT – 5 Things to Consider
Mon, Jul 11th 2016 10
Discovery Attender: Automatic Labels
Wed, Dec 9th 2015 9
Reducing eDiscovery Costs
Fri, Jan 8th 2016 9
A Rose by Any Other Name:  It’s All Information Governance
Fri, Jan 8th 2016 9
WHITE PAPER: Implementing Office 365: Inherent Features and the Need for Third Party Tools
Wed, May 4th 2016 9
Breach of Security: Measuring the Cost of Cyber Crime
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Understanding the General Data Protection Regulation
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Finding PCI and PII Data with Discovery Attender
Wed, Sep 21st 2016 9:21a   Marta Farensbach
Finding PCI and PII Data with Discovery Attender Various privacy laws and other data security regulations detail how private, financial, and other confidential records should be handled. These rules cover the usage and storage of data, such as credit card numbers, social security numbers, social insurance information, and health care records. As described in a previous blog article, having this Personally Identifiable information (PII) or Payment Card Industry (PCI) data loose in your sy
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Bring Your Own Device & Data Security
Tue, Aug 30th 2016 12:25p   Harvey Coblin
With the proliferation of portable electronic devices, increasing numbers of professionals are preferring to carry their own smart phones, laptops, tablets, etc. to use for work-related purposes. Rather than transporting duplicate devices to distinguish between professional vs. personal data, employees can work where and when they please and with hardware and applications they are already familiar with. It is estimated worldwide that one in three employees are utilizing personal devices at the w
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Understanding the General Data Protection Regulation
Wed, Aug 24th 2016 9:13a   Rick Wilson
If your organization has international operations in the European Union, you should be planning for GDPR compliance now! The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is set to become the overriding data protection regulation with the EU. It was adopted by the European Parliament Council and Commission in 2015, took effect in 2016 and enforcement is scheduled to begin in May of 2018. At its core, the GDPR is intended to provide citizens of the EU with greater control over their personal data a
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Targeting Risks in IT – 5 Things to Consider
Mon, Jul 11th 2016 2:04p   Marta Farensbach
Today’s compliance, litigation, and regulation-heavy business environments introduce a number of challenges for busy IT professionals. Ignoring any of these areas, as well as failing to implement a strong Information Governance (IG) platform, can introduce substantial risk into your organization. In the worst cases, data breaches, adverse judgements, or non-compliance penalties could thrust a company into the glare of national headlines. Poor policy can affect more than just the finances of a
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FOIA reforms are on the way, are you ready?
Wed, Jun 22nd 2016 10:06a   Rick Wilson
If you are employed by a federal government agency, then you are probably well aware of FOIA, or the Freedom of Information Act. FOIA was originally signed into law during the 1960’s by then President Lyndon B. Johnson to establish a process whereby citizens can request copies of governmental records that are not published in the Federal Registry. Agencies, in turn, are required to provide this information in a timely fashion (usually 20 days). Although FOIA is a federal mandate, it has also
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Breach of Security: Measuring the Cost of Cyber Crime
Wed, Jun 8th 2016 10:10a   Harvey Coblin
Cybercrime is an increasing threat. Estimates vary widely, but according to a recent Reuters article, “Cyber crime costs (the) global economy $445 billion a year.” Other estimates place the costs as high as $1 trillion. The reason estimates vary is due in part to the fact that cybercrime can come in many forms, ranging from denial of service, theft of credit card or other financial information  (PCI/PII), industrial espionage, all the way up the ladder to state-sponsored terrorism
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How to Survive Data Discovery in the Digital age
Mon, May 9th 2016 10:42a   Jeff Tujetsch
eDiscovery. That one word will make IT professionals start shaking. But, as the most technologically advanced civilization in the world, why is that? Is it because of what will be found? Is it because of what they are asked to search? Or is it because of the search terms they are asked to use? Well, the answer to each question is ‘Yes’. Data Discovery has grown into a multi-billion dollar world-wide business. Though the United States might lead the way because of our litigiousness, w
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Information Governance and the Internet of Things
Mon, May 9th 2016 10:28a   Marta Farensbach
Machines talking to machines.  Once the province of science fiction, the Internet of Things is set to transform industries as visionaries incorporate its wide reach into everyday objects. On a very simple level, the Internet of Things (IoT) describes the freeing of communication from the domain of computers and smart phones by allowing all types of devices to share information across the internet.  ‘Things’ like cars, fridges, health monitors, water meters and so much more can be empower
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WHITE PAPER: Implementing Office 365: Inherent Features and the Need for Third Party Tools
Wed, May 4th 2016 9:59a   Kayla Badini
In this white paper, the topic of Office 365 and complementary solutions will be discussed; insights will be offered on a business’ future migration plans and knowing the options available. One will learn:  Why Office 365 is a compelling platform, Examples of productivity integrations, About the importance of information governance integration, Supplementing with third party software Click here to download this white paper! The post WHITE PAPER: Implementing Office 365: Inherent Features an
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Don’t be next! Minecraft Third-Party Suffers Security Breach
Fri, Apr 29th 2016 9:04a   Sherpa Software
By now, you have heard of the security breach suffered by a Minecraft third party called Lifeboat which caused roughly 7 million user passwords to be penetrated or hacked.  The even more unfortunate part? It happened months before Lifeboat admitted to the breach.  By not being transparent, users were put at risk for further breaches.  This lack of communication could have affected users who use the same password for multiple accounts and brands, like Lifeboat, need to understand that breaches
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8 Reasons to visit Pittsburgh, PA
Tue, Apr 26th 2016 4:31p   Kayla Badini
Pittsburgh marathon weekend is upon us and this city is about to have hundreds of guest cross one of the many bridges to participate in the DICK’S Sporting Goods Pittsburgh Marathon, Half Marathon, Relay and more.  Once you have picked up your race packet and explored the David L. Lawrence Convention Center at the GNC Live Well Pittsburgh Health and Fitness Expo full of vendors, entertainment, etc., you may want to spend your evening exploring what Pittsburgh has to offer.  Not joining us fo
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How IT can take the lead in Information Governance projects
Wed, Apr 20th 2016 9:09a   Rick Wilson
Instituting a structured information governance (IG) program has evolved from being little more than an interesting research project to a business critical initiative within many organizations. In fact, there is a groundswell of support building for formalizing the leadership role of Chief Information Governance Officer (CIGO) within the corporate hierarchy. Many resources, including Sherpa’s own white paper series “Building a Corporate Information Governance Program” and the EDRM
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How IT can meet the demands of eDiscovery & Policy Enforcement
Tue, Apr 12th 2016 11:06a   Harvey Coblin
A company’s email system is arguably the center of their corporate communications. Not only is it the centerpiece in the actual message content, but also as a mechanism for sharing files and documents that can be transmitted and retransmitted across the organization. As such, an email system is a likely target for eDiscovery requests in the event of litigation. For companies starting down the path of developing an information governance program, including records retention and eDiscovery (or a
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WHITE PAPER: An Introduction to PCI and PII: Securing Your Organization’s Data
Tue, Mar 29th 2016 8:32a   Kayla Badini
Just about every day, the national headlines include stories about data breaches that have compromised the security of thousands or even millions of confidential electronic records, often containing credit card or social security numbers. Usually, this occurs at organizations found to be in violation of various regulations or industry standards designed to prevent such incursions.  These notable hacks and thefts have prompted organizations to look to their own policies to avoid becoming the nex
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The Results are in! eDiscovery 2016 Survey
Wed, Mar 23rd 2016 11:47a   Kayla Badini
A recent survey asked eDiscovery, Legal and IT professionals questions pertaining to their eDiscovery projects and needs. More than 250 industry professionals participated and shared their insights. As promised, we have compiled the data and created a detailed infographic to illustrate the results. Click here to download the infographic now! we appreciate your time and look forward to answering any of your eDiscovery questions. information@sherpasoftware.com | www.sherpasoftware.com | 1.800.255
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Bridging the chasm between IT and Legal – (Part 2 of 2)
Tue, Mar 8th 2016 9:06a   Jeff Tujetsch
IT and Legal must work hand-in-hand in order to allow your organization to be profitable and successful. By developing a thorough plan and properly implementing the right tools, you can create a cohesive team. In Part 1 of this series, we provided insight into how you can strengthen the relationship and collaboration between IT and Legal by addressing: Why collaborate? and Where to start? Part 2 will focus on What tasks require collaboration? and When should the partnership begin? What tasks r
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Why bring eDiscovery in-house?
Tue, Mar 8th 2016 9:05a   Marta Farensbach
Traditional models of eDiscovery have involved collecting electronic files from email servers, file shares and other data repositories, then handing if off wholesale to outside vendors for culling, processing and review. With the advent of effective in-house software and solutions, more and more organizations are looking to in-sourcing as an effective method to reduce costs and gain control of their eDiscovery processes. This article will discuss the reasons why moving eDiscovery in-house can be
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Deleting Data from a Device: Is it really gone?
Tue, Feb 23rd 2016 4:19p   Sherpa Software
We’ve all had to delete data from our devices, whether the plan was to sell or just dispose of them.  Of course, we try to remove all confidential information, pictures, emails and files so that they cannot be accessed by someone else and when we permanently delete the data files, we typically empty the recycle bin to ensure that they have been removed. But is it all really gone? The answer is a definitive no.  According to Webopedia, “Files that are moved to the recycle bin (on PCs) or
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Off-the-topic: 5 Winter Getaway Ideas
Tue, Feb 9th 2016 9:19a   Sherpa Software
Once the holidays pass and the snow finally settles, cabin fever is sure to kick in. Don’t get stuck in the usual winter rut; try any of the five getaway ideas below to shake things up. Your family will thank you! Indoor waterpark – You’ve skied, rode sleds, built a snowman, and just about every other basic winter activity, but now you’re bored. Thanks to places like Kalahari Resorts & Conventions, located in Sandusky, OH, you and your kids can experience summer months ahead of time
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Altitude IG Updates for January
Tue, Feb 2nd 2016 9:43a   Sherpa Software
The new Altitude IG updates for January are being released at the end of the month.  The update includes several new legal hold notification features: Automated re-sending of the hold notice if the custodian has not acknowledged the hold within a defined timeframe Periodic email reminders to custodians that are part of ongoing holds Automatic email to inform custodians when they have been released from a hold The option to CC other users of a hold notifications (i.e. an employees man
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Sherpa’s Top 10 Must Reads!
Tue, Jan 26th 2016 9:42a   Kayla Badini
As 2016 kicks off, you’ve most likely heard “new year, new you” more times than you can count. New resolutions, new goals, new perspective, new, new, new.  We too look at the New Year with a view toward developing great new content.  But while starting off the year with new and exciting content is expected, we can’t help but reflect back on the great content that was created in the past but is just as relevant today. Sherpa is always striving to keep you up-to-date with the latest indu
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Predictive Coding
Fri, Jan 22nd 2016 2:41p   Harvey Coblin
In my article on reducing eDiscovery costs in last month’s Sherpa newsletter, I made mention of an automated document review technique known as Predictive Coding. As discussed in the article, the primary expense involved in the eDiscovery process isn’t so much in the actual gathering of the relevant documents, but in the lengthy process of manually reviewing them to determine which are responsive, privileged or just plain irrelevant. Also known as technology-assisted review, predictive codin
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January 2016 Newsletter
Tue, Jan 12th 2016 11:32a   Kayla Badini
The post January 2016 Newsletter appeared first on Sherpa Software.
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Bridging the chasm between IT and Legal (Part 1 of 2)
Mon, Jan 11th 2016 9:08a   Jeff Tujetsch
In today’s litigious world of business, one of the most important relationships is between IT and Legal. These two departments must be in sync for any eDiscovery and/or policy management process to be successful. Both are necessary players and the business will not properly function without these two departments realizing they must work together, in order to succeed. This article will provide some insight into how you can strengthen the relationship and collaboration between IT and Legal i
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A Rose by Any Other Name:  It’s All Information Governance
Fri, Jan 8th 2016 4:31p   Marta Farensbach
Many articles focused around information governance (IG) discuss the framework in terms of data collections, legal holds, and other eDiscovery related tasks. By limiting IG to a specific eDiscovery focus however, these commentaries lose the full strategic scope of what information governance really entails. In actuality, every IT process that touches electronically stored information (ESI) falls under the domain of a comprehensive information governance program.  Diverse fields such as security
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Reducing eDiscovery Costs
Fri, Jan 8th 2016 4:16p   Harvey Coblin
There’s no doubt that litigation is expensive. When the added expense of producing and reviewing electronically stored information (ESI) is added, the costs can become mind boggling. Case in point – In the highly publicized Apple Inc. v. Samsung Electronics Co. series of lawsuits over smartphone patent infringements, Samsung was required to produce 11.1 million documents. Of these, 880,000 were eventually delivered to Apple. The total cost paid to eDiscovery vendor UBIC, according to Sa
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New Federal Rules of Civil Procedure (FRCP) amendments to Rule 37
Thu, Jan 7th 2016 10:47a   Kristin Mager
Noteworthy changes have been made to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure (FRCP) affecting the legal discovery of electronically stored information (ESI) as of December 1, 2015.  These amendments were in response to the growing volume of ESI targeted in the large number of civil litigations.  Revisions to these rules have not taken place since 2006. In the interim, issues arising from the cost of processing, reviewing and producing ESI plus the confusion in contradicting court opinions require
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Sherpa’s Top 10 Highlights of 2015
Wed, Jan 6th 2016 2:14p   Kayla Badini
A new year is upon us which means it’s time to reflect on the year that was. For Sherpa Software, 2015 was exceptionally exciting. Altitude IG, our signature SaaS platform, has continued to evolve, providing IT professionals with the most comprehensive set of tools for their eDiscovery and information management related challenges. Supporting our customers like Cal-Maine Foods, Inc. and the Cleveland Browns as well as our annual tradition of giving back to our local community are always at the
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Data Profiling 101
Mon, Dec 28th 2015 9:46a   Kristin Mager
By definition, data profiling measures the data one has available in an existing source and determines the accuracy, completeness, and other statistics and information relating to one’s data.  The importance of measuring this is to learn if existing data can be easily used, to provide metrics on the quality, and to assess the risk involved in integrating the data.  With data profiling, one can understand the challenges early within a project and avoid delays and increasing costs.  Data prof
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November 2015 Newsletter
Wed, Dec 23rd 2015 3:08p   Kayla Badini
The post November 2015 Newsletter appeared first on Sherpa Software.
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Understanding Litigation Holds
Mon, Dec 21st 2015 5:00p   Rick Wilson
If you are new to the topic, the term litigation hold refers to an organization’s responsibility to preserve potentially relevant information when they are party to a dispute, already named in a litigation or have the reasonable expectation of being involved in litigation. Several years ago amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure (FRCP) expanded the scope of what constitutes relevant information to include electronically stored information (ESI) such as email, documents, etc. To hel
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“Holiday Giving Tree” continues to shine for more than a decade
Mon, Dec 21st 2015 1:19p   Sherpa Software
From monetary donations to Children’s Hospital of UPMC Pittsburgh to “adopting” a family in need, Sherpa employees never miss an opportunity to give back and help those less fortunate. This year, a “Holiday Giving Tree” will serve as the beacon of this very cause. The Domestic Violence Services of Southwestern PA (formerly known as Washington Women’s Shelter, Inc.) is an organization focused on increasing awareness of domestic violence and its effect on the community. Employees have
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CASE STUDY: Cal-Maine Foods uses Altitude IG for Migrating Data
Wed, Dec 16th 2015 10:20a   Kayla Badini
“Altitude IG has saved us hundreds of hours and, more than that, it was so simple and took the stress out of the project” – Logan Hayes, Cal-Maine IT Department Cal-Maine Foods, Inc. is the largest producer and marketer of shell eggs in the United States. In fiscal 2015, they sold over 12 billion shell eggs, which represents approximately 23% of domestic shell egg consumption. In this case study, Cal-Maine will explain: Challenge at hand The solution and how the brand came to its de
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Discovery Attender Features: Filtering Options
Mon, Dec 14th 2015 12:52p   Marta Farensbach
The flexibility offered by the search criteria in Discovery Attender allows users to fine tune criteria to pinpoint specific documents that satisfy eDiscovery and other requirements. In this latest installment of the series, highlighting the lesser known features of Discovery Attender (see previous posts for other topics), we will explore the choices available using the post-search filtering options that helps users further refine their result sets.  The features dedicated to filtering are
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CASE STUDY: The Cleveland Browns Score Big with Sherpa Software’s Altitude IG®
Wed, Dec 9th 2015 1:47p   Kayla Badini
“The results and support have been great and we are looking forward to conducting our review process quicker and easier” – Brandon Covert, Director of IT, Cleveland Browns The Cleveland Browns implemented Sherpa Software’s Altitude IG platform for eDiscovery and policy management.  This feature rich tool would enhance collaboration between IT and legal allowing them to organize the overall process. This case study highlights the Cleveland Browns’ experience, inc
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Discovery Attender: Automatic Labels
Wed, Dec 9th 2015 9:13a   Marta Farensbach
Continuing our series on lesser known features of Discovery Attender, this article hopes to encourage users to spend some time with Automatic Labels.  Introduced back in version 3.0, this option piggy-backs onto the search process to apply a label (or tag) to any result item that matches a secondary set of criteria entered by the user. Traditionally, if a user wanted to add a secondary  set of search criteria, they would run another search or index the result set which can add hours to produc
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5 Steps to Take When You Receive A Corporate Policy Directive
Thu, Dec 3rd 2015 10:43a   Harvey Coblin
Retention polices are the core of a strong Information Governance strategy. They are enacted for a variety of reasons, from complying with government regulations to creating a proactive and defensible litigation response plan. Below are five steps to think about if you are tasked with developing a corporate retention policy: Create a data inventory. It may sound obvious, but you need to know what data is in your organization and where it is located before it can be secured.  To help gain th
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The Essential Guide for Understanding & Executing Legal Holds
Fri, Nov 27th 2015 9:49a   Kayla Badini
“A business simply cannot afford the risk or cost of operating without an established and tested plan for litigation” Too frequently, organizations are unprepared for litigation that comes their way. Regardless of other projects or problems competing for attention, a business simply cannot afford the risk or cost of operating without an established and tested plan for litigation. A critical component of that plan is a proper legal hold strategy. In this paper, we’ll review key details abou
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Data Migration Options for Archive Attender
Tue, Nov 17th 2015 6:43p   Marta Farensbach
Many companies are migrating electronically stored information from on-premises deployment to cloud based data stores. As part of this transition a number of customers are researching the interaction of these online offerings with Sherpa Software’s products.  The good news is Altitude IG, Sherpa’s latest platform, has been designed since its inception to enforce policy, analyze data and provide eDiscovery searching in Office 365.   Sherpa also offers options, outlined in this post, for cu
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Coming Soon for Discovery Attender, Version 4.0
Fri, Nov 13th 2015 5:16p   Marta Farensbach
At Sherpa Software, we believe that customer feedback is the key ingredient in creating a reliable product and a credible brand.  Your requests certainly formed the backbone of new features we will be including in Discovery Attender 4.0, which is currently under development.  Users have been clamoring for enhancements in three particular areas: reporting, performance, and more search options.  We’re happy to report that the new functionality for 4.0 adds updates in all these areas. Exch
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Wake up and smell the information trends: an education in eDiscovery
Thu, Nov 5th 2015 9:54a   Doug Yarabinetz
I am often derided by my co-workers for organizing all my ‘save-worthy’ emails in folders.  It’s a fairly rudimentary system of classification but it helps me find what I need quickly rather than searching through thousands of old emails for a subject or sender I can’t even recall.  One such folder that is busting at the seams is labeled ‘Educational.’  This is the folder I use to collect any relevant emails with information, attachments, or links to industry specific educational
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Off the topic: Become a tailgating all-star
Thu, Nov 5th 2015 9:10a   Stephanie DiPaolo
Tailgating – it’s what you get when you mix fall, football, and food. Many claim it’s an art form rather than a science. Nonetheless, each region has their own traditions; those that have been perfected over the years. So when you’re invited to a tailgate (or throw your own tailgating event), the pressure of becoming the next tailgating master can be quite overwhelming. Fortunately, we’ve got you covered. Below is a list of the essentials from preparation to recipes to activities. All
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Coming Soon for Discovery Attender, Version 3.92
Thu, Nov 5th 2015 9:09a   Marta Farensbach
At Sherpa Software, we believe that customer feedback is the key ingredient in creating a reliable product and a credible brand.  Your requests certainly formed the backbone of new features we will be including in Discovery Attender 3.92, which is currently under development.  Users have been clamoring for enhancements in three particular areas: reporting, performance, and more search options.  We’re happy to report that the new functionality for 3.92 addresses updates in all these areas.
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Three Need-to-Know Components of Legal Hold
Thu, Nov 5th 2015 9:07a   Jeff Tujetsch
Legal hold. What does it mean to you? Ask one person and you will be told that it means the preservation of data for the custodians within an eDiscovery process. Ask another and the answer is the notification process (with optional acknowledgment) to all involved custodians. So, which is the right definition? Actually, they both are and that’s where the confusion lies. Legal hold means different things to different people and unless there is full clarity on the subject, assumptions are mad
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Why SMBs Need Policy Management & Enforcement
Thu, Nov 5th 2015 9:06a   Rick Wilson
A recent study conducted by AIIM, Association for Information and Image Management (www.aiim.org/research), reported that 52 percent of the members surveyed are actively working toward implementing a content management process within their organization. Results from a Sherpa Software survey correlate AIIM’s findings with a sound 50 percent of respondents indicating they have a mandate to enforce a policy directive targeting electronic content: Click the image above to view the infographic. Sin
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Why Data Mapping is Critical to Managing Corporate Data
Thu, Nov 5th 2015 9:02a   Harvey Coblin
“There are known knowns. These are things we know that we know. There are known unknowns. That is to say, there are things that we know we don’t know. But there are also unknown unknowns. These are things we don’t know we don’t know.” – Donald Rumsfeld “Know your data. Unknown unknowns are a no-no.” – Sherpa Software Tangible assets are easy to define, and presumably, to find. These are the things your company owns – cash, inventory, real estate, equipment,
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Important Exchange 2016 Information for Mail Attender Clients
Tue, Nov 3rd 2015 9:17a   Rick Wilson
On October 1, 2015 Microsoft announced the general availability of Exchange Server 2016. This release has particular significance for Sherpa Software clients who are using Mail Attender for Exchange. For over a decade, Sherpa’s Mail Attender product has utilized the MAPI connection method to provide our clients with rich mailbox management capabilities. In Exchange Server 2016, Microsoft has deprecated support for MAPI in lieu of the more modern Exchange Web Services (EWS) connection method. T
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Top 10 Horror Movies for Halloween
Thu, Oct 29th 2015 10:52a   Kayla Badini
You’ve got your pumpkins carved, bought all your candy for the trick-or-treaters, and your costume ready. What’s left but to sit down and watch a horror movie to complete your Halloween weekend?! If you are not sure which classic to pick, Rotten Tomatoes has compiled a list of the best-reviewed movies of all time complete with all the zombies, vampires, serial killers , monsters and more to give you nightmares for weeks to come. 10. Rosemary’s Baby – A 1968 movie starring Mia Farrow, Joh
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[Video] Sherpa Altitude IG: An Overview
Wed, Oct 28th 2015 2:45p   Stephanie DiPaolo
Introducing Sherpa Altitude IG, the complete, cost-effective solution for Information Governance & eDiscovery. Altitude IG provides a comprehensive suite of tools to support multiple organizational functions from a single platform. Offering a high degree of flexibility, Altitude IG allows information professionals to craft a solution that best fits their individual information governance and eDiscovery needs. Watch the video to learn more! The post [Video] Sherpa Altitude IG: An Overview ap
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Altitude IG October 2015 Updates
Wed, Oct 28th 2015 2:44p   Sherpa Software
The Altitude IG October update introduces new features for policy management and eDiscovery modules as well as a few administrative additions.  The following list details the changes: eDiscovery Module Updates: Allows Groups to be added as eDiscovery Custodians DeNISTing of search results* Added an option to provide the full-text of original documents and emails when viewing search result details on the console Policy Management Module Updates: Added an action to Copy/Move messages from O365
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[Video] Sherpa Altitude IG: An Overview
Mon, Oct 26th 2015 9:18a   Stephanie DiPaolo
Introducing Sherpa Altitude IG, the complete, cost-effective solution for Information Governance & eDiscovery. Altitude IG provides a comprehensive suite of tools to support multiple organizational functions from a single platform. Offering a high degree of flexibility, Altitude IG allows information professionals to craft a solution that best fits their individual information governance and eDiscovery needs. Watch the video to learn more! The post [Video] Sherpa Altitude IG: An Overview ap
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Altitude IG October 2015 Updates
Tue, Oct 20th 2015 8:41a   Sherpa Software
The Altitude IG October update introduces new features for policy management and eDiscovery modules as well as a few administrative additions.  The following list details the changes: eDiscovery Module Updates: Allows Groups to be added as eDiscovery Custodians DeNISTing of search results* Added an option to provide the full-text of original documents and emails when viewing search result details on the console Policy Management Module Updates: Added an action to Copy/Move messages from O365
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Organizing Your ESI Closet: Preparing for eDiscovery
Thu, Oct 15th 2015 10:18a   Kayla Badini
It has been said that eDiscovery is the tail that wags the information governance (IG) dog. This idiom deftly describes scenarios for companies that drag their feet in managing their information assets until they are forced into applying ad hoc measures to answer critical litigation or compliance requests.  Without effective information management, these standard tasks become costly, inefficient, last-minute scrambles. If this happens often enough or becomes expensive enough, the impetus to ena
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Infographic: Two-Question Survey on Policy Enforcement and eDiscovery
Mon, Oct 12th 2015 10:08a   Stephanie DiPaolo
We asked information professionals two questions regarding policy enforcement and eDiscovery. Have you been tasked with enforcing a policy directive? How many total hours/week does your team spend on eDiscovery? More than 115 people from eight different industries responded. From those responses, we created an infographic of the results. Click on the image below to download! The post Infographic: Two-Question Survey on Policy Enforcement and eDiscovery appeared first on Sherpa Software.
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White paper: Understanding Data, The Value of Reporting and Analytics to Your Business
Mon, Oct 12th 2015 10:05a   Stephanie DiPaolo
Using reporting and analytics software, your internal teams can assemble and analyze organizational data to identify key details from data sets before outside counsel is brought in for eDiscovery.  When was the last time you looked closely at your organization’s unstructured data? What insights did you gain that you used to inform business decisions? If you’re not able to answer those questions, trust us, you’re not alone. Despite its value, data or information reporting and analytics is
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White paper: Understanding Data, The Value of Reporting and Analytics to Your Business
Wed, Oct 7th 2015 4:23p   Stephanie DiPaolo
Using reporting and analytics software, your internal teams can assemble and analyze organizational data to identify key details from data sets before outside counsel is brought in for eDiscovery.  When was the last time you looked closely at your organization’s unstructured data? What insights did you gain that you used to inform business decisions? If […]
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Infographic: Two-Question Survey on Policy Enforcement and eDiscovery
Wed, Oct 7th 2015 9:29a   Stephanie DiPaolo
We asked information professionals two questions regarding policy enforcement and eDiscovery. Have you been tasked with enforcing a policy directive? How many total hours/week does your team spend on eDiscovery? More than 115 people from eight different industries responded. From those responses, we created an infographic of the results. Click on the image below to […]
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September 2015 Newsletter
Tue, Sep 1st 2015 4:24p   bhat67i
The post September 2015 Newsletter appeared first on Sherpa Software.
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July 2015 Newsletter
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May 2015 Newsletter
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March 2015 Newsletter
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January 2015 Newsletter
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November 2014 Newsletter
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September 2014 Newsletter
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