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How to find more!

April 28, 2010

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8 ways to implement real exploratory search. In some search tasks, finding only a few “best hits” is good enough to find an answer to a question or a solution for a problem. A good example is when one is looking for a hotel in a foreign city—Amsterdam, for instance. Finding the best hotel site […]

AIIM launched a new community site: ZyLAB helps with Expert Blogger

April 23, 2010

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This week, AIIM launched a new community site (www.aiimcommunities.org) on which a group of “experts” has been invited to contribute blog content.  I am proud to be one of them! I will be blogging for the  ERM (Electronic Records Management) community. As an AIIM board member, I am a big believer in what AIIM stands […]

ZyLAB Named to Inaugural KMWorld Hall of Fame

April 20, 2010

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KMWorld Hall of Fame 2010 – “A Decade of Distinction” Honors Vendors that have had the Biggest Impact on the Industry over the Longest Period of Time Today, we announced that we are in KMWorld’s first “Hall of Fame” in the May issue.  The Hall of Fame honors an elite group of vendors who have […]

Library of Congress Archives ALL Twitter Messages Since 2006. What is next?

April 16, 2010

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Now, I am a big fan and promoter of information governance, information management, knowledge management and tools to help us bring down the cost of eDiscovery. For a particular eDiscovery process, corporate or individual Tweets can be relevant, so don’t forget about them! From an information governance point of view: unfortunately, companies or organizations cannot […]

Don’t forget about Microsoft SharePoint Wiki’s and Blogs!

April 15, 2010

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Essential data for e-Discovery, therefore essential to include in Information Governance policies. Microsoft SharePoint enables organizations to develop and share content through wiki’s and blogs. Within Microsoft SharePoint, this is different content type that is easily overseen in an eDiscovery process or when information management and information governance policies are written, deployed or enforced.  When your […]

Six Different Perspectives on the eDiscovery and Investigative Processes

April 12, 2010

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At last week’s eDiscovery and Law Enforcement event hosted by ZyLAB in Amsterdam, more than 120 legal, eDiscovery and law enforcement specialists from Europe gathered to discuss the trends and challenges of information management in the context of conducting investigations and eDiscovery. The presentations were phenomenal and each speaker offered tremendous specialized insight into the […]

Learn how Text Analytics can Streamline Early Case Assessment and Improve Litigation Readiness and Preparedness

April 8, 2010

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Text Analytics Offers Option to Search and Analyze Enterprise Information Residing in Original Storage Locations to Yield Insight Sooner and Reduce Costs Integrated text analytics help make Early Case Assessments more efficient and less costly because: (i)             Text analytics enable organizations to identify, classify, and sort relevant enterprise information prior to initiating the formal Electronic […]