Sneak Peak: In-Place Indexing and Preservation of SharePoint

Going live at LegalTech New York, index SharePoint in place, search and preserve ESI in this powerful new release that streamlines the SharePoint collection process and controls the costs associated with ESI management. See how in this sneak peak video:

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Sneak Peak Webinar – Index Engines 4.5

Be the first to see Index Engines latest version of the Octane Intelligent Discovery platform. Exciting new features that extend the workflow and increase overall functionality for eDiscovery will be announced at a webinar on Sept 27th.

Learn about new load file support for Relativity, support for OCR scanned images and pdf’s, and high speed Forensic Image processing – no need for mounting. Attend this webinar

Are You Playing the eDiscovery Telephone Game?

Strategic advantages to a centralized corporate platform include early, direct access to ESI in the wild, single instance collection storage, shared indexes, cross matter designations and universal chain of custody.

So how do you minimize the distortion of the telephone game and gain confidence in your process? That is exactly what is driving technology providers to add centralized workflow and collaboration features to their offerings.

Read full article from eDiscovery Journal’s expert Greg Buckles:

Survey: Legal Compliance Remains Key Challenge for 78% of Information Governance and eDiscovery Pros

With company data growth constantly on the rise, an on-going key concern for information governance and eDiscovery professionals is the management of this data and ability to quickly react to and comply with legal hold and preservation requests, according to a recent survey to legal practitioners to uncover the key drivers behind investments in information governance and eDiscovery solutions.

Specifically, the survey found that compliance was the number one challenge for 78% of respondents. Additionally, respondents also expressed concern over enforcing company-wide policies and are struggling to implement strategies to manage their data, shedding light on the importance of implementing information governance policies.

This study underscores the need for organizations to consider an all-encompassing information governance platform that provides data indexing, mapping, extraction and archiving. Read entire article

When Speed Matters Check the Facts

eDiscovery projects are always faced with extremely tight deadlines and complex technical challenges. When a Florida based manufacturing firm had to produce ESI they knew that they had a number of choices in eDiscovery platforms, but didn’t have time to research the best solution for their needs. Collection was to be performed against a 14TB corpus of unstructured user data and time was short. This client decided to bring in two different platforms that both claimed high speed processing and they would deploy the platform that completed the processing of the data first. The race was on.

See which platform wins the race and how…

Policy as an Ally in Navigating the Data Lake

GLA ARMA, the California chapter, published the article “Policy as an Ally in Navigating the Data Lake” in their May/June Newsletter.

Data Lakes. Big Data. Digital Exhaust. Buzz words are flying, with all signs pointing to a data explosion occurring within corporate America’s firewalls. Some estimates state that 90% of all data was created in the last two years. How do organizations keep up with this rapid growth? Buying storage is easy, but that doesn’t solve the problem. Read Full Article>

Manage Costs & Risk with Defensible Deletion

Organizations retain far too much data. Users archive email on their desktops. Old files and documents are hidden away on legacy backup tapes. As employees leave a company their data lives on in network servers and is never purged.

A defensible deletion strategy is one where user data is known and either archived or remediated according to policy. This process is not only a “house cleaning” operation to clean up old data sources, such as legacy tape content, but also an ongoing process to manage data created during the normal course of business.

This webinar will show how to implement a defensible deletion policy and intelligently manage user files and email according to corporate policies in order to free up IT resources.

Date: May 3, 2012 2:00PM EST
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Defensible Deletion: An aggressive approach to data management

InfoStor.com: Index Engines Seeks to Help Enterprises Purge ‘Legacy Data’

As the volume of corporate data continues its exponential rise, enterprises are faced with the daunting task of continually upgrading and expanding their storage infrastructures.

But is more storage really the answer? Find out More>

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Recoup Offsite Tape Storage Expenses – WP

How to Reclaim Wasted IT Expenses by Remediating Legacy Backup Tapes – White Paper Now Available
Over time, legacy backup tapes accumulate in offsite storage vaults. Tapes quickly multiply into the thousands, even hundreds of thousands, without any end in sight. Before you know it, you are spending a significant amount of money in offsite storage fees and overall management of this media.

Direct indexing technology allows companies to manage and organize legacy backup tapes without the requirement of the original software that made the tape. This process is cost effective and delivers long term benefits to IT budgets, as well as to legal and compliance departments. Download this White Paper>

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