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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2017 Compliance Audit Cheat Sheet: What Content Should You Archive?

By Jim Donahue | Jan 25, 2017 6:00:00 AM

Is your company subject to industry or government regulations? If so, you know compliance audits are a fact of life, like death and taxes.

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5 Things You Need to Know to Plan for the GDPR

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

What is the GDPR? It stands for General Data Protection Regulation and is the new EU legislation on data collection and security. The GDPR applies to all businesses around the globe that process EU citizens’ personal data.

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eDiscovery and the Modern Enterprise [New Webinar]

By Jim Donahue | Jan 19, 2017 8:58:00 AM

Next week, the Hanzo team will be hosting a new webinar with guest speakers from EY - have you heard about it? We'll be discussing everything you need to know to control the "wild west" of web-based content facing so many enterprises today. This post is a preview of what you can expect - don't forget to register for the session on January 24 or 25!

As web-based apps take over the enterprise business world, leading organizations are faced with tremendous challenges in data management and archiving. Key areas of concern include the highly regulated and litigious areas of fraud, investigation, dispute and information governance. Browser-based content is already spiraling out of control, and it's expected to grow. If you don't have a plan for proactively managing data, you're likely to be burdened with huge costs and low (or no) ROI.

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5 eDiscovery Trends You Can’t Miss in 2017

By Jim Donahue | Jan 17, 2017 6:00:00 AM

Although technology presents new challenges that necessitate adjustments throughout the year, it’s important to look ahead and be proactive as much as possible. As we say goodbye to 2016 and leap into 2017, it’s time to explore the eDiscovery trends you can’t miss in 2017.

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Quick Reference for Choosing eDiscovery Software for Web Content

By Jim Donahue | Jan 11, 2017 6:00:00 AM

The archiving of Web content and communications is a critical part of eDiscovery efforts and the right eDiscovery software to archive that content is one of your most valuable tools. As you consider your eDiscovery options, consider these three questions to make sure the solution you choose will fit your company’s needs, both now and as regulations change (and likely grow stricter) in the future.

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The Hidden Danger in Your Digital Archiving Strategy

By Jim Donahue | Dec 29, 2016 6:00:00 AM

With businesses conducting more of their day-to-day operations online, courts consider online content as valid as paper records. Unfortunately, preserving these digital data can be more complicated than maintaining paper files.

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3 Things Most Website Archives Are Missing

By Jim Donahue | Dec 14, 2016 6:00:00 AM

Keeping up with the complex and changing requirements of regulated industries, as set forth by FINRA, the SEC, the FTC, the FDA, and other governing bodies, makes website archiving both a necessity and a chore. If there are gaps in your Web and social media archiving, you may find you aren’t sufficiently prepared for compliance, litigation and eDiscovery requests. And, unfortunately, it’ll be too late to solve the problems.

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Social Media Compliance: 6 Red Flags You Can’t Miss

By Jim Donahue | Dec 9, 2016 6:00:00 AM

With the ever changing landscape of social media, compliance is becoming more complex to manage as you attempt to vigilantly monitor both internal and external communications. Further complicating matters, communications can now occur across multiple channels (email, social media, instant messages) and even multiple devices (PC, laptop, tablet, smart phone) for the same conversation. Compliance risks are just as great with internal communication (SharePoint, Yammer, Slack, Workplace by Facebook) as they are with external communication (Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, Instagram).

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3 Key Compliance Concerns That Require Social Media Archives

By Jim Donahue | Dec 6, 2016 6:00:00 AM

Social media has become such an integral part of everyday life that it is hard to believe it has been around for just a little over a decade. YouTube just celebrated its tenth birthday in 2015, and Facebook launched in 2004. Today, having a social media presence is fundamental for most businesses, whether you’re a local shop or a Fortune 500 company.

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