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Records Management, E-Discovery, Compliance

Buyers' Guide

Vital Path targets content repositories Posted October 29, 2008

Kazeon introduces new capabilities Posted October 23, 2008

Enterprise-scale e-discovery Posted October 23, 2008

Autonomy's ControlPoint for SharePoint Posted October 23, 2008

e-Discovery goes Big Blue Posted October 01, 2008

Kazeon adds new capabilities Posted September 10, 2008

Partners with A2iA Posted September 10, 2008

Introduces open software tools, services Posted September 04, 2008

Enhance forensic investigations Posted August 25, 2008

Contextware introduces Version 3.1 Posted August 11, 2008

StoredIQ announces support Posted August 11, 2008

Compliance requirements for corporations have drastically increased with Sarbanes-Oxley, HIPAA and new Federal Rules for Civil Procedure (FRCP). And they're about to get even tougher as Congress debates new rules for capping or exchanging "carbon credits" for controlling emissions and waste. Posted July 11, 2008

Posted July 10, 2008

Most of today's biggest and best businesses do not run on SAP, Oracle, Siebel or salesforce.com alone—they also run on email. That's right, email. In all its forms—Microsoft Exchange, Notes and proprietary platforms; and with all their access points—Web, Microsoft Outlook, Outlook Express and mobile. This simple medium of communication has grown uncontrolled into one of the largest corporate information repositories. Email has become a collaboration tool, calendar, contact database, revision control platform and overall central repository for everything many of us do in every business day. It is now the unofficial de-facto file server... Posted July 09, 2008

Let's face it: when it comes to electronic data, especially email, most of us are pack rats. We are loath to delete anything, no matter how old or utterly useless it might seem, for fear of not being able to find a document or message in the (highly unlikely) event we need a key piece of information. When the email administrator knocks on our office door or cube wall, our justification is elegantly simple: we should be able to keep as much email as we want because "storage is cheap... Posted July 09, 2008

The unfortunate rise in business disruptions from natural disasters, accidents, and human intervention increasingly proves how business continuity and disaster readiness planning is necessary to any responsible business operation. Whether it's something as ordinary as a fire, power outage, or computer virus, or a dramatic anomaly like a major hurricane or terrorist attack, more and more businesses—large and small—are facing the reality that the unexpected can happen at any time... Posted July 09, 2008

Governance, risk management and compliance (GRC)—is it a new acronym for existing processes? Yes and no. Individual disciplines for governance, risk and compliance have existed in the past; however, these activities have been fragmented, disparate and duplicative efforts across many aspects of an organization. In order to see business value from GRC, companies must redefine GRC for their organization and adapt their processes to fit these new definitions... Posted July 09, 2008

I entered into this relatively newly amalgamated area of "governance, risk management and compliance" (inevitably acronymned "GRC") with a false understanding. I assumed that compliance was what you had to do, governance is what you should do, and risk avoidance is what you achieved if you did the first two things correctly. That, I have learned, is only sort of correct. But sort of not. Which should come as no surprise to anyone who has read these columns, nor to me. I should know better. I never get it right the first time.
Seems that whether it's managing content for business purposes, or managing regulations for compliance purposes, or even managing disaster recovery for business continuity purposes, a "risk-based approach" is all the rage...
Posted July 09, 2008

Enhances LiveCycle suite Posted June 18, 2008

AXS-One unveils new solution Posted June 11, 2008

Kofax unveils Communication Server 8.0 Posted June 05, 2008

J&B unleashes AMLOCK Posted June 05, 2008

Vignette releases three new products Posted May 20, 2008

Coveo unveils G2B Posted May 20, 2008

Posted May 20, 2008

The case for federated records management (RM) is strong—leave records in their native repositories, but manage them centrally. That way, the records do not need to be physically moved into a single location, yet a single set of retention rules can be applied. Records are "virtualized" so that they all appear to be within the federated records management application, from which they can be searched, placed on hold, or acted on in other ways. Posted May 01, 2008

Boosts e-discovery, compliance capabilities Posted April 07, 2008

Conceptual Search and Text Analytics 3.2 Posted April 07, 2008

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Posted February 29, 2008

So why do these companies matter? Not necessarily because they are the most innovative, but that's a factor. Not because they are ahead of the curve on Enterprise 2.0 initiatives, but that's also a factor.Not because they are the most financially successful (that's not a factor), and not because they have the most efficient marketing engines—that's not a factor either.We have long held that the true essence of knowledge management is an attitude, a single-minded commitment to improvement. Posted February 29, 2008

DICOM changes name to Kofax Posted February 25, 2008

Thomson West announces Version 4.0 Posted February 06, 2008

Join forces for proactive litigation readiness Posted February 06, 2008

Adlib Software releases Server 4.0 Posted January 30, 2008

Integrated archive solution Posted January 23, 2008

Deal worth $8.5 billion Posted January 16, 2008

AXS-One unveils platform Posted January 03, 2008

Integrify 4.5 OnDemand Posted December 12, 2007
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