Posts Tagged ‘Information governance’

Who is the Copyright Owner When A Photo is Uploaded to Instagram

In a recent decision, NY courts ruled in favor of a large media company accused of copyright infringement after the company embedded a users Instagram picture in a article on their website after failing to get consent. It is common knowledge that when if you engage in a social media platform you are giving up a certain level of privacy and information security. But where is the line drawn, many don’t know what extent they’re coverage truly reaches.

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Basic Principles to Establish an Information Governance Policy

Information Governance programs are a growing and critical component of how organizations manage their data and records. Understanding information governance and the information life cycle is important because data impacts all areas of an organization, including: regulatory compliance, litigation, continuous improvement processes, IT infrastructure, and business strategies, to name a few.

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IoT (Internet of Things) Snapshot

Technology is connecting our lives like never before due to countless Wi-Fi enabled gadgets and thousands of mobile applications. The Internet of Things (IoT) is the ever-increasing network of devices that have their own IP address; think about your phone, smartwatch, GPS, tablets, Google Glass etc. Devices that were once standalone such as the thermostat, vehicle sensors, medical implants, alarm systems, and garage doors can now all be networked to the internet.

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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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Database Migration in eDiscovery

Data migration is the process of moving data from one location to another, one format to another, or one application to another. This can result from implementing a new system, storing the data in a new location, or merging with another company. However there can be a whole new beast of eDiscovery problems that occur…

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