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Self-destruct email: the final solution to limit your eDiscovery costs! Or can you better join our Webinar on the Email Dilemma?

June 25, 2010


I am sure that many of my blogging colleagues will also pick this up, if they have not already done so. Yesterday, I found this great article in Forbes on the final solution for the email dilemma: . Yes, we now have a solution to cut back dramatically on all our eDiscovery costs: “this […]

Do we understand the Benefits and Limitations of Traditional Web Search Engines such as Google when you use their Appliances and Technology in-house for mission-critical applications?

June 25, 2010


There is an inherent risk when a popular brand becomes the perceived archetype for a particular product group or task. Take Google as an example. Google is great for what it is designed to do –finding relevant websites with very high precision when knowing the right words to use in a search query. Admittedly I […]

How Information Valuation will Lead to Knowledge Management

June 18, 2010


Recently, the term Information Valuation popped-up in various leading industry reports and in a few blogs, but the term is so new, there isn’t even a Wikipedia entry for it yet (as of June 11th, 2010)! The term does however make a lot of sense and it made me think: it is this just a […]

Why you need Email archiving today and Enterprise Information Archiving tomorrow!

June 11, 2010


It never ceases to amaze me that some organizations still lack a managed solution to archive employee emails, let alone policies and procedures to enforce any email archiving principles. Email is the most litigation-risky archive, the number one place for law enforcement agencies and regulators to look for smoking guns, and the biggest money pit […]

3 Objectives you can Reach if you Bring eDiscovery in-House

June 7, 2010


Bringing eDiscovery in-house is the way to go. At least, that is what recent surveys and analyst reports confirm. Reports from Gartner, IDC, The 451 Group, the eDiscoveryJournal (, Enterprise Strategy Group, and many other sources all point in the same direction: bringing eDiscovery in-house is a priority for many organizations. The main rewards of […]

ZyLAB Launches Educational Podcast Series on eDiscovery and Information Management

June 1, 2010


A few weeks ago, we launched the ZyLAB podcast series on eDiscovery and Information Management. These five to twenty-minute educational audio and video files feature interviews with ZyLAB executives such as me, but also industry leaders to provide insights about key technologies and solutions. Specifically the podcasts will focus on how best to utilize e-discovery […]