Which Web Archiving and eDiscovery Software Solution Is Right for You?

By Jim Donahue | Apr 14, 2017 6:00:00 AM

When it comes to selecting the right web archiving and eDiscovery software solution, you’ll want to consider your company’s risk profile. This is much like considering how much insurance to buy for your car or home. You may ask yourself: What’s my risk?

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8 Dangerous Mistakes Made in Information Governance Policies

By Don Macfarlane | Apr 12, 2017 6:00:00 AM

The adoption of a smart, effective information governance program allows businesses and organizations to thoughtfully manage and value their data. But what happens when information governance principles are not in place?

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Digital Web Archiving and Slack: Three Things You Need to Know

By Jim Donahue | Apr 6, 2017 8:03:00 AM

Slack is a web-based communication platform for teams and individual employees to send instant messages to each other while integrating with tools you’re already using. Although it’s user-friendly, it can present challenges for digital web archiving, legal holds, and compliance purposes. With its messaging, document sending, and employee management controls, it’s crucial to consider how to manage and find this data.

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5 Social Media Actions Your Employees Take That Are Compliance Concerns

By Jim Donahue | Apr 4, 2017 6:39:45 AM

The importance of social media in business these days is undisputed. It is used to build brand loyalty, connect with customers, strengthen customer relationships, acquire and build new customer relationships, and further business objectives.

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Recapping 2016's eDiscovery Trend Predictions: What Really Happened?

By Jim Donahue | Mar 23, 2017 6:00:00 AM

Proactive, rather than reactive, is key in eDiscovery. Let’s explore some of the eDiscovery trends from 2016 and how they are gaining momentum and continuing to trend into 2017.

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Workplace by Facebook: Implications for Social Media Archiving

By Jim Donahue | Mar 14, 2017 6:00:00 AM

Facebook has entered the enterprise social network arena—which, of course, means compliance and eDiscovery professionals are scrambling to determine how it will impact their current systems and protocols.

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Cleaning the Digital Archive Mess: How to Organize Your Stored Web Content

By Jim Donahue | Mar 7, 2017 6:00:00 AM

Anyone who is tasked with storing data knows that it’s essential to know exactly what is stored. This holds true for archived Web content; however, this can be easier said than done.

Archived Web content can actually present more challenges than other stored information. Why? There are nearly endless sources of information that must be stored, depending on your information governance (IG) policy and specific requirements for your industry. How many websites might need to be archived? Some food for thought: One of our clients has more than 100 different platforms in use throughout its organization. That means there’s a tremendous amount of data on each platform that may need to be audited or searched.

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7 Collaboration Tools You Must Include in Your Website Archiving Strategy

By Jim Donahue | Feb 23, 2017 1:26:25 PM

Web archiving is no small task, given the complexity of features that must be captured and preserved, from elements like JavaScript and mouse-overs on your website and collaboration tools to social media content. In addition to these more established digital assets, most businesses now use a variety of collaboration software and applications that also must factor into any website archiving strategy.

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The Difference Between Information Governance and Information Management

By Don Macfarlane | Feb 21, 2017 6:41:12 AM

You may have heard the terms “information governance” and “information management” used interchangeably but they’re really two different ways of handling information within your organization. At the core, Information governance is proactive, while information management is considered reactive.

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3 eDiscovery Software Gaps Leaving Your Company Unprotected

By Jim Donahue | Feb 15, 2017 6:00:00 AM

A decade has passed since the first eDiscovery amendments were incorporated into the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure. The concept of eDiscovery is no longer a novelty or an additional consideration for legal departments but rather a necessity that must be proactively and diligently addressed. Subsequently, many enterprises now go to significant lengths to secure electronically stored information (ESI).

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