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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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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Defensible Deletion Keeps Liability Under Control – Webinar

March 28, 2012, 2:00PM EST

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 across the network and is never purged.

Users create data on a daily basis, however no one is managing this content and purging what is no longer required. Companies save everything with no plans to retire unnecessary content. This is not a good practice as it creates a long term liability and unnecessary expense.

This webinar will show how to implement a defensible deletion policy and intelligently manage user files and email according to corporate polices.

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Intelligent Workflow Streamlines ESI Processing Webinar

March 21st, 2:00PM EST
Index Engines has introduced technology that adds automation and efficiency into the identification, collection and preservation process. ESI can be quickly identified based on any custodian or complex query, and extracted into a secure legal hold repository. The entire workflow can be automated and executed using a single platform ensuring defensibility.

This webinar will showcase Index Engines new workflow and how ESI can be culled and persevered faster than ever.

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New Webinar: Actionable Data Mapping: Develop and Enforce Robust Policies

February 23, 2012 2:00PM EST – Register

The process of data mapping has been complex and time consuming. Gathering all the information required in order to profile the user data has been a manual process that depends on individuals with specific knowledge of the network and server environment. Extracting this knowledge and developing a profile can take years.

This webinar will present an automated approach to gathering all the knowledge required to generate an actionable data map. An actionable data map will allow you to quickly develop policies and then act on these policies based on detailed knowledge of the network and server environment.
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Index Engines VP of Information Discovery Jim McGann on Where They Fit in the EDRM Model

In his interview with LXBN TV, Index Engines VP of Information Discovery Jim McGann explains where they fit in the electronic discovery reference model. He also touches on the latest news on Index Engines at LegalTech New York 2012, which includes an announcement of the Octane forensic preservation archive, the new version of which adds forensic image indexing support. Also, he explains what trends he’s seeing in information governance and litigation readiness, with the latter being the most popular subject.

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IE Announces Partnership with Merrill Corp

IE announces a partnership with Merrill Corporation (world leading provider of technology-enabled information and document services for professional service firms) for ESI processing and proactive litigation readiness. This partnership extends Merrill’s support of large enterprise class information discovery and management.

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IE Releases Octane 4.3 with Extraordinary Processing Capability

Octane Version 4.3 includes new processing enhancements to preserve files and emails at a bit-level from MS Exchange and Lotus notes email, as well as indexing forensic images and evidence files at speeds reaching 1TB/hour using a single node. Read the Press Release.

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