E-discovery News & Analysis
| Thursday Jan 23, 2014
At this year's International CES, the Internet of Things (IoT) hit big, with predictions of a $19T value, new partnerships and acquisitions, and the introduction of a series of shiny new connected "things." In our first Tweet Jam of 2014 we'll be discussing the IoT, the changes it will bring to customer experience and the challenges involved in getting there.
| Wednesday Jan 15, 2014
The most interesting trend I saw last year from the perspective of our content technologies consulting practice was the increase in clients asking us -- rather than vice versa -- to provide them with an enterprise information management (EIM) strategy (rather than an enterprise content management, records management, content management, business process management, e-discovery, mobile, social content, or any combination therein strategy). Two things surprised me about this trend.
| Thursday Jan 9, 2014
Too many organizations equate "information governance" with "information lock-down." This is a mistake.
Risk mitigation shouldn’t be the only factor driving your information governance strategy.
| Wednesday Jan 8, 2014
E-discovery matured in the past year, as concepts and themes like predictive coding and early case assessment (ECA) took on more actionable, serious tones.
Increasingly, e-discovery demands involve other electronic information disciplines, like records management, cyber security and corporate compliance. This has brought a larger, more diverse group of stakeholders to the e-discovery table and transformed e-discovery to part of a larger, interwoven information governance (IG) framework.
But the change is challenging, and many organizations are just beginning to apply learned e-discovery principals that can aid defining a comprehensive IG plan.
| Monday Dec 23, 2013
Information management is the poor cousin to customer experience management and digital marketing. It's often overlooked as enterprises focus on other areas of strategic concern. But that's a mistake, as many of the authors on CMSWire have pointed out over the past year.
In 2013, a number of our stories explored the problems organizations are facing now and will face in the near future. If they made one thing clear, it is that information management is in a state of flux. Enterprises need to explore new ways to make the best use of this vital and commercially valuable asset. Need to catch up? Take a look at the Top 10 CMSWire stories on information management in the past year.
| Wednesday Dec 18, 2013
For years, movies have shown new and exciting ways to interact with information; from Star Trek to The Matrix, it's all about the cool interfaces. In Minority Report, Chief John Anderton, played by Tom Cruise, interacted simultaneously with mental images, live video streams and records from various police systems. All of this information was called up in a connected manner, gave Anderton information as he required it and allowed him to store it together upon completion.
This may not be science fiction much longer. We are rapidly approaching a point where this connected view of the world is possible and this will change everything.
| Thursday Dec 12, 2013
Tis' the season for retrospectives. This year, I'm taking it to a whole new level.
| Wednesday Nov 27, 2013
Manufacturing and “heavy industry” have much in common with respect to their enterprise content management (ECM) habits, and comparing your own organization against a wider peer group may help get you out of the status quo rut you may be in.
| Saturday Nov 16, 2013
Another busy week has come to a close. As you gear up for your weekend, be sure to take a little time out to enjoy some of our features from this week. We kicked things off by talking SharePoint and its role in building an interactive onboarding experience. We also discussed mobile device e-discovery and which marketing channels provide the most value. So, sit back, relax and enjoy our weekend reads.
| Thursday Nov 14, 2013
Your email is blowing up. Your phone is buzzing. You are not even done with your commute and you've already lined up two conference calls, a chat session and a cooperative exchange of Google Docs. You know you are forgetting something so you flip to your to-do list app, then your calendar, then back to your to-do list. And finally you remember that it’s in your reminder app. You want to throw your phone out of your car but you are also terrified of that thought because your phone is your office when you’re away from your desk.
| Thursday Sep 26, 2013
In the first part of our look at Forrester Wave for ECM 2013, we saw that the market is changing rapidly as vendors are forced to provide functionality that corresponds to enterprise productivity rather than compliance needs. We also saw that agile, small vendors are starting to eat away at the dominance of the large, established players. Even still, the Wave is led by EMC, IBM and OpenText, while HP pushed its way into the Leaders' segment on the back of the Autonomy acquisition.
| Tuesday Sep 24, 2013
There’s never a dull moment in the world of Big Data and last week was no different. We saw prizes, surprises, funding announcements, donations and an unusual type of disclosure by a Big Data company.
| Wednesday Sep 18, 2013
Records managers, how do you start the defensible disposition conversation? Say it with flowers.
| Monday Sep 16, 2013
Are you still struggling with the records management problems of 1998? You're not alone.
| Tuesday Sep 10, 2013
Want to look like a fool? Then call EMC Documentum a legacy Enterprise Content Management system that’s too sluggish and weighed-down to keep pace with the times.