1,044 Results for:E-discovery and compliance

  • Sort by: 

LegalTech: Putting together e-discovery pieces

04 Feb 2009

LegalTech news includes FTI's integration of Attenex IP, and product releases from Index Engines, Stratify, Mimosa Systems and StoredIQ. Read More

Key challenges of mobile compliance

By Antony Adshead 10 Sep 2015

Vigitrust CEO Mathieu Gorge surveys the key challenges of mobile device compliance and how mobile devices need to fit with regulations such as the Data Protection Act and PCI-DSS Read More

Xiotech snaps up intellectual property from Seagate

08 Nov 2007

Xiotech absorbs Seagate's Advanced Storage Architecture group, though it's mum on plans for the technology. Read More

Are text analytics tools the future of records management?

By Laurence Hart 02 Sep 2015

In recent years, text analytics tools have simplified the time-consuming and onerous work of records management. Read More

Webcast: Tips to identify and alleviate hidden e-discovery costs

27 Aug 2013

In part one of this webcast, data governance expert Jeffrey Ritter discusses how businesses can expose hidden -- and wasteful -- e-discovery costs. Read More

Who do you trust to retrain existing staff to handle that which you cannot risk to contractors?

By Philip Virgo 10 Feb 2015

But the travelling compliance "expert", who stays long enough to help you tick the latest regulatory boxes and collect the understanding and credentials to open the trapdoors in your security ... Read More

Don't let your cloud backup strategy take a back seat

By Alex Barrett 16 Mar 2016

Failing to see the difference between resiliency and data recovery, many organizations overlook the importance of having a cloud backup strategy. Read More

Arizona city turns to startup Tarmin for archiving

By Dave Raffo 12 Feb 2009

To get rarely used data off of the primary storage system, the city of Safford, Ariz., picks GridBank archiving software from newcomer Tarmin Technologies over larger and more expensive alternatives from EMC and ... Read More

MI5 admits to ‘unlawful’ spying on Privacy International

By Bill Goodwin 25 Sep 2018

The UK's intelligence agencies acted unlawfully by intercepting communications data on NGO, Privacy International, the UK's most secret court ruled. Read More

Symantec injects data deduplication into NetBackup 7 and Backup Exec 2010

By Beth Pariseau 25 Jan 2010

Backup Exec 2010 and NetBackup 7 will offer data deduplication, data archiving and CDP data replication, as Symantec looks to take back market share in data backup. Read More