Monthly Archives: August 2010

10 Critical Steps for Implementing an Information Management Solution

Having a central archival repository, whether physical or logical, on-premise or remote where all key enterprise information is stored securely and is easily accessible to individuals and departmental systems (based on your organization’s and industry’s policies and best practices) is the cornerstone Information Management (IM) solution that will drive efficiencies throughout the enterprise when that archived information needs to be accessed for any business reason. This is especially true for ediscovery activities. Continue reading

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Raising the Bar with Next Generation Archiving Solutions

The Enterprise Information Archive Solutions (EAS) hype cycle is reaching a peak. Unfortunately, in general archiving solutions are in their infancy and a next generation of capabilities and functionality is way overdue. Continue reading

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Getting Legal and IT to work together more effectively

There’s a rift between enterprise Legal and IT departments that’s gotten out of hand. This is especially true when it comes to implementing information management (IM) technology for litigation support. Reams of marketing collateral, a host of blogs, countless whitepapers and studies have been dedicated to the topic. The power play between Legal and IT deflects focus from strategically solving enterprise IM challenges, relegating an organization’s decision making to a less-than-optimal reactive mode. What’s the answer? Use a Checklist! Continue reading

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