Posts Tagged ‘blog posts’

3 Ways eDiscovery Has Changed In 2019

In an industry as fast paced as eDiscovery, it is easy to get lost in all the new adaptions and buzzwords you hear. With evolving data sources, emerging technologies, and updated case law precedents it can be hard to know where to start. Here are a few things that the legal industry has been adopting…

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Why Mobile Data Matters in Litigation and Investigations

Why Mobile Data Matters in Litigation and Investigations Extract from article by ACEDS by George Socha & Martha Louks Mobile devices, especially smartphones, have become home to all manner of data about what we do. That means they should be seems as a key potential source of potentially relevant electronically stored information. Smartphones have become ubiquitous.…

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Information Governance in the Cloud: 9 Trends To Watch

By now, it’s clear to the majority of businesses that information governance and cloud computing together to represent the wave of the future when it comes to data management as well as e-discovery. Yet, with technology changing faster than anyone can really keep up with, how can organizations be sure they’re making the strategically correct…

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10 Tips to Improve Your Information Governance Plan

Streamlined, comprehensive information governance is one of the most critical tools for businesses to master. In today’s era of Big Data, managing everything from old records to last month’s data transactions to the most recent social media posts is not only possible but even expected. Yet, while companies are starting to move more toward recognizing…

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How to Avoid Information Governance Pitfalls

Information governance practices must be updated as laws, technologies, and business models change. Here are seven ways to make sure you’re governing your data effectively. Extract from an article by Lisa Morgan Assess Where You Are Developing effective data and information governance policies takes time. It’s an evolving process. Like any other business or IT…

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