Where there’s smoke there’s fire: Cutting off the oxygen to big data

Discover how to reclaim your data center and storage budget while mitigating risk
To gain control of your data center, you need to understand what data exists and develop policies around that data.

Join Jim McGann, Index Engines vice president, and Lisa J. Berry-Tayman, Esq., Information Consulting founder, as they go through the best practices of uncovering unstructured data and creating sound policies to support your data center.

Topic: Cutting off the oxygen to big data
Jim McGann, Index Engines Vice President, and
Lisa J. Berry-Tayman, Esq., Information Consulting founder

Date: Tuesday, May 14, 2013 at 11:30 AM ET

Duration: 60 minutes


In less than 60 minutes, you’ll have the knowledge you need to develop:

• Comprehensive understanding of what data exists, where it lives and what risks it poses so decisions on its disposition can be made,
• The ability to reclaiming storage capacity by uncovering duplicate content, employee-owned multimedia files and other sources of wasted storage capacity, and
• Policies to mitigate regulatory and compliance risks by uncovering highly-sensitive documents and allowing them to be properly archived.

As an added bonus, attendees are eligible to receive a sample report of their unstructured data and an introductory consultation of what it means to their organization, compliments of Index Engines and Information Consulting.

now to take advantage of this exclusive offer.