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Protecting your Intellectual Property

March 17, 2014


In today’s global economy the value of an enterprise’s Intellectual Property (IP) assets is very important. In many companies however, IP is not only stored in well protected or encrypted repositories, but also resides on personal computers, laptops, home computers, removable storage, in cloud locations such as or in personal email boxes. This vast […]

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

December 17, 2012


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 […]

The Dark Side of Big Data

September 24, 2012


The ongoing information explosion is reaching epic proportions and has earned its own name: Big Data.  Big Data encompasses both challenges and opportunities. The opportunity, as focused on by many parties, is to use the collective Big Data to predict and recognize patterns and behavior and to increase revenue and optimize business processes. But there […]

Free report for download: How Content-Analytics can help Big-Data

June 28, 2012


The ongoing information explosion from the computer age gained significant momentum in the last decade (or so), finally reaching epic proportions and earning its own name: Big Data.  The realities of Big Data encompass both Big Data challenges and opportunities. The challenges stem from the requirements for eDiscovery, governance, compliance, privacy and storage. But the […]

Language is Not Just a Jumbled Bag of Words: Why Natural Language Processing Makes a Difference in Content Analytics

March 27, 2012


State-of-the art text analysis supports multiple languages, which is critical when investigations go global and involve collections of information in various languages. In such scenarios, the technology obviously adapts to differences in character sets and words, but the tools also need to incorporate statistics and linguistic properties (i.e., conjunction, grammar, sentiments or meanings) of a […]

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 […]

Records-Management: The foundation for high-quality KM

October 25, 2011


Only when efficient records management policies and practices are in place can an organization hope to fulfill its enterprise-wide knowledge management goals. This approach has at its core the principle that “knowledge management” is really more of a conceptual ideal than an operational model. In other words, “knowledge management” is the way an organization says: […]