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Information Governance Reshaping eDiscovery Landscape: A Major Theme at Legal Tech 2013

For better or worse, now that organizations of all sizes are feeling the impact of Big Data, the broader Legal Tech community appears to have finally understood that IG is more than a catch phrase. Information governance is a necessary evolution that enables organizations to transform the way they manage information risk, lower costs and derive value from their data. Meanwhile, with a plethora of vendors now jumping on the IG bandwagon, buyers and partners need to educate themselves. Continue reading

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Expanding the Enterprise eDiscovery Solutions Landscape

Parity Research profiles 46 ediscovery solutions and services providers in four key dimensions: Review, Services, Integration and Enablement.
Litigation support continues to be the main driver or “trigger” for ediscovery solutions adoption, but it is by no means the only good reason. The same content and data that needs to be classified, indexed, secured and stored to enable ediscovery tools to collect potentially responsive electronically stored information (ESI) is a potential goldmine for other departments or lines of business throughout the organization. Continue reading

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Information Governance + Watson = Smarter Planet

While Data and Information Governance appears to be a major theme for 2011 that both technology buyers and sellers can rally around, too many user organizations are woefully unprepared to exploit those solutions in a way that would provide benefits to the entire organization. Watson offers the potential for organizations large and small to leverage its capabilities to process enormous amounts of content across the enterprise very quickly. How will IBM exploit and unfold Watson’s potential? Continue reading

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Big Blue Vision for the Future of Information Management, Part II: Notes From the IBM STG Analyst Event 2010 (and Tweets with Analysts from IBM Connect)

Aside from learning more about the impressive storage and server portfolio IBM has assembled in the last few years and its branding and initiatives around optimized solutions, I can sum up most of what I learned at the STG event and what I’ve gleaned from my analyst friends at Connect in one word: ANALYTICS.

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