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Why eDiscovery alone is not information governance
Fri, Apr 17th 2015 50
CIOs Finding Business Value in Structured and Unstructured Big Data
Mon, Apr 13th 2015 100
Building an IT Dream Team
Tue, Apr 7th 2015 27
Spring Cleaning: Scrub away ROT
Tue, Mar 24th 2015 13
Sherpa Software Adds E-Discovery Module to Altitude
Tue, Mar 24th 2015 10
Discovery Attender Feature: Deduplication
Tue, Mar 17th 2015 8
Information Governance Must Protect PHI Outside the EHR
Thu, Mar 12th 2015 4
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CIOs Finding Business Value in Structured and Unstructured Big Data
Mon, Apr 13th 2015 100
Why eDiscovery alone is not information governance
Fri, Apr 17th 2015 50
Building an IT Dream Team
Tue, Apr 7th 2015 27
Spring Cleaning: Scrub away ROT
Tue, Mar 24th 2015 13
IBM ConnectED 2015 and Lotusphere Nostalgia
Wed, Jan 21st 2015 12
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Why use an Enterprise Social Network?
Fri, May 2nd 2014 11
Proactive vs. Reactive eDiscovery: Which is best for you?
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[Off-the-Topic] Top 4 Free Cloud Storage Options in 2015
Thu, Mar 5th 2015 10
Sherpa Software Adds E-Discovery Module to Altitude
Tue, Mar 24th 2015 10




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Why eDiscovery alone is not information governance
Fri, Apr 17th 2015 10:24a   Sherpa Software
The line between eDiscovery and Information Governance has seemingly been blurred from the get go. The problem is that when you talk about information governance you can’t help but also talk about aspects of eDiscovery. Both can be described as a way of identifying, retaining, and securing electronic documents which inevitably leads you to saying […]
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CIOs Finding Business Value in Structured and Unstructured Big Data
Mon, Apr 13th 2015 11:42a   Kayla Badini
CIOs recognize how valuable both structured and unstructured data is to their organizations.  However, the process of recognizing this value differs for each data type. Structured Data As its name suggests, Information Technology (IT) knows what type of data is stored and where it is located, due to the schemas that define data types, values, […]
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Building an IT Dream Team
Tue, Apr 7th 2015 4:41p   Doug Yarabinetz
Information Technology (IT) has been around as a recognized business function with associated personnel since the 1950s, but the value placed on the department, functions, and employees today are much different than they were 50+ years ago. The role of IT primarily focused on computer and telecommunications equipment management.  Most organizations now employ predominantly knowledge workers […]
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Spring Cleaning: Scrub away ROT
Tue, Mar 24th 2015 12:03p   Stephanie DiPaolo
Spring cleaning – a time when everyone is ready to rid themselves of the winter months and refresh their homes, cars, workstations and even wardrobe. By now you’re probably receiving multiple online deals for carpet cleaning, auto-detailing, and personal cleaning services, and while all of this is most likely needed, we can’t help but ask, […]
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Sherpa Software Adds E-Discovery Module to Altitude
Tue, Mar 24th 2015 9:14a   Stephanie DiPaolo
by Sean Doherty, Law Technology News Altitude IG for info governance now supports e-discovery collection and production. Sherpa Software, an information governance and e-discovery software provider, today launched an e-discovery module for its Altitude IG product. Altitude IG is a modular, on-demand, hosted product that delivers on-premise enterprise information governance. The Altitude IG platform applies policies […]
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Discovery Attender Feature: Deduplication
Tue, Mar 17th 2015 3:23p   Marta Farensbach
In this latest installment of our series discussing helpful features, we will explore the differences, benefits and drawbacks of using the PreSearch tool or the Results based methods for deduplicating data in Discovery Attender for Windows. Deduplication (or deduping) is the process of removing duplicates from a set of data. For example, if Person A sends an email to five […]
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Information Governance Must Protect PHI Outside the EHR
Thu, Mar 12th 2015 5:00a   Stephanie DiPaolo
Author Scott Friedman, Executive Vice President at Sherpa Software Recently published in Health IT Analytics, author Scott Friedman discussed the trend of healthcare organizations storing all protected health information (PHI) in HIPAA compliant electronic health records (EHRs) systems. Additionally, he notes that patients are now sharing electronic copies of pieces of their health information, which […]
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[Off-the-Topic] Top 4 Free Cloud Storage Options in 2015
Thu, Mar 5th 2015 1:15p   Mel Moraes
Since more people are using mobile devices for writing and sharing content and files, cloud storage is becoming ever more popular – specifically, cloud storage programs that utilize mobile apps as part of the program’s offerings. Why lock away your files on a computer C drive when you can have them on-the-go? Sharing files has […]
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Applying machine learning to information governance
Thu, Mar 5th 2015 1:11p   Rick Wilson
At LegalTech 2015 in New York City last month, I took part in a panel discussion regarding the future of machine learning in information governance. It was encouraging to see the high degree of interest that many attendees had in the topic. For years, the legal community has been grappling with the best way to […]
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Policies for your organization’s IG strategy. Where do I start?
Thu, Mar 5th 2015 1:08p   Jeff Tujetsch
Policies, specifically retention policies sound so simple, don’t they? The truth is, they are anything but simple. Once you start looking at the data you have, where it is stored, and who owns it, you suddenly realize how difficult it is to assign policies. Where is your data stored? The first hurdle with assigning policies […]




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