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Legacy Data Clean-up: different approaches to manage different data

November 21, 2011


Tackling the e-mail problem E-mail is where the high costs and risks of e-discovery are concentrated. People keep their e-mails because it is easy, but these e-mail archives (PSTs) rapidly swell to GBs of information. Problems fester because the information in these PST folders is often completely unstructured. For example, potentially sensitive HRM-related e-mails (such […]

Factors that drive solid records management

November 14, 2011


Legal obligation Records retention always carries with it some type of legal obligation, regardless of the type or size of an organization. The de facto standard for how records-retention requirements should fit together in a comprehensive records management environment are based upon such internationally acknowledged frameworks and guidelines such as the National Archives (UK), National […]

Visual Information Retrieval: the Next challenge in Information Management

November 7, 2011


In the past 20 years, a lot of research has been done towards visual information retrieval on pictures and video files. Not all of it has been successful. But on the last years, the quality of these visual search engines has reached levels that are beginning to be acceptable for eDiscovery, compliance, law enforcement and […]