Archive for October 2008

What Does Schwarzenegger Veto of ESI Bill Mean?

Governor Schwarzenegger vetoed Assembly Bill 926 on October 9th of this year. According to Arnold, his veto was due to the ongoing burdens associated with implementing an overdue state budget. As they pertain to handling of Electronically Stored Information (ESI), this bill would have brought many civil codes in alignment with the FRCP rules changes…

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The Law Requires Email Archiving

Nice article by Edward Alexei, Tangent’s Vice President of IT Solutions, about the need for firms/corporations to archive and organize email. According to industry experts, approximately 90% of the day’s business communications are performed via email or by way of unsecured instant messages. The rest of the article can be found here.

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Reform of Federal Agencies May Require eDiscovery and Records Retention

More and more tech companies are getting into and promoting their eDiscovery solutions… Here is a link to a press release from CA, Inc. claiming that the company is: “seeing an increasing demand from government agencies for its Information Governance Suite related to anticipated inquiries and reform measures expected after the US presidential elections in…

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