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Risk Analysis and Legacy Data: How to make your Big Data Defensible

March 27, 2014

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Every company and government organisation has defined goals, targets and strategies for their success or growth, with established timelines for each proposed deliverable. But along the way, all types of terrible events can take place which may jeopardize these strategies and prevent the achievement of these goals and targets. We cannot prevent or foresee all […]

The Impact of Incorrect Training Sets and Rolling Collections on Technology-Assisted Review (TAR) and Defensible Disposition

July 16, 2013

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Last week, I participated in the DESI Workshop held as part of the International Conference on Artificial Intelligence in Law on June 14 in Rome, Italy. At the conference we submitted recent Technology Assisted Review (TAR) findings described in the paper “The Impact of Incorrect Training Sets and Rolling Collections on Technology-Assisted Review, which was […]

Legacy Information Clean-up and Defensible Disposition: What to do if you do not have a filing plan?

June 18, 2013

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There is more than one reason to create a filing plan for your organization. Every business or program must address well-defined objectives which will add value, either directly to the bottom line or toward the achievement of the organization’s goals and objectives. Records management programs must manage organizational information so that it is timely, accurate, […]

Do you really understand the impact of Exponential Growth?

February 12, 2013

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The information explosion we have seen in recent times will continue at the same rate indefinitely. You are undoubtedly aware of Moore’s Law, named after Gordon Moore, co-founder of Intel and co-inventor of the computer chip; according to Moore, computer processor and storage capacities will double every 18 months. This law has proved true since […]

eDiscovery: why you should keep control over your data!

January 11, 2013

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The discovery process involves the gathering and management of information that supports some or all phases of a business process, such as fraud investigations, financial auditing, research and development activities and more. The concept of discovery, however, is probably most associated with the legal industry. In this context, discovery is the pre-trial phase of a […]

Here is a New Year’s Resolution: Start Cleaning up your Legacy Data

December 17, 2012

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Data center consolidation, server virtualization and other IT projects can help you to better manage big data and optimize hardware and software resources, but they do not help you to reduce the amount of data. Data compression and de-duplication efforts may reduce data volumes, but they still do not address the fact that most organizations […]