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Happy New Year Twenty Ten!

December 31, 2009

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A happy new year to all of you! We wish you lots of happiness, health and prosperity to you and to all your loved ones for twenty ten! Enjoy these videos from some Amsterdam fireworks and a good old classic from our local beer brewery on year-end retention and records management! and Advertisements

Use Enterprise Information Management Principles for Litigation Readiness and Early Case Assessment

December 30, 2009

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Why prepared organizations are more successful organizations!  The fall-out of the credit crisis has had a significant impact on the Information Technology (IT) landscape, and even more specifically a dramatic impact on compliance, risk, e-discovery and records management requirements. These technology-based requirements, also known as Enterprise Information Management, impact every type and size public sector […]

Understanding the difference between legal search and Web search: What you should know about search tools you use for e-discovery

December 28, 2009

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People involved in criminal activities don’t want to be in the top-10 of a search engine result list. You need to know exactly how your search engine works and be able to explain it in court or to opposing counsel.

ZyLAB Receives Highest Rating in Research Firm’s E-Discovery Software Product Vendors, 2009 MarketScope

December 23, 2009

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Great news yesterday:  for the 3rd year in a row, ZyLAB reveived a “Strong Positive” rating in Gartner’s “MarketScope for E-Discovery Software Product Vendors, 2009” report (Debra Logan, John Bace, and Whit Andrews, December 21, 2009).  The report also stated that:  “When one considers the number of lawsuits that are ongoing or are begun in any one year, […]

From Litigation Response to Litigation Readiness!

December 17, 2009

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Only about 1% of organizations are reportedly prepared for full-scale eDiscovery activities. As a result, the vast majority of organizations facing litigation are forced into a costly reaction mode in order to respond to discovery requests within court-imposed timelines. How can you possibly meet the rigorous demands of the impending eDiscovery while also preparing your […]

Hello world!

December 17, 2009

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main() { Printf( “Hello World\n”) }, here we go! The first blog fully dedicated to eDiscovery and Information Management. There is more synergy to these two topics than one may think at first site. For more than 20 years, I have been active in this space, first with the famous ZyINDEX, which then became ZyIMAGE […]