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Search is dead, long live search!

August 27, 2010

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Last week, Stephan Arnold wrote a great blog post about an older ZyLAB eDiscovery promotion video (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n6MhdqHlGzU) which I posted at You Tube a while ago (although we did not call it eDiscovery in those days!). You can find the blog post here: http://arnoldit.com/wordpress/2010/08/10/zylab-marketing-since-1994/ The author is absolutely right that much of what can be […]

How to Incorporate Legacy Information Clean-up into your Go Forward Strategy for Information Management

August 19, 2010

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As the average rate of information growth in organizations holds steady at 30-40% per year (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Moore’s_law), this is and will continue to create huge problems and liabilities that need to be addressed. More and more people are aware of the problem, but few know how to take action, let alone how to implement procedures and […]

If you want to learn which words to avoid in an email, here is a some advice from the Lehman Brothers investigations!

August 17, 2010

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In one of my previous blogs, I discussed what to expect in so-called FRCP negotiated Boolean queries. The examples were based on the Lehman case. The crux of the article was to address the limitations of search engines for that type of query; which is important to know if you want to bring this part […]