Electronically Stored Information News & Articles
| Monday Sep 19, 2011
A new report from Symantec shows that retention policies are still not fully developed within companies, leaving many unprepared to handle increased requests for information.
| Thursday Jul 9, 2009
A new book by Allison L. Brecher and Shawnna Childress called eDiscovery Plain and Simple explores eDiscovery in a way that makes it, well, um, plain and simple.
Tackling the nuts and bolts of eDiscovery, from defining technology and legal issues to explaining how information is stored, accessed and shared, readers will gain a better understanding of the topic that many of us spend a great deal talking about.
| Monday Nov 17, 2008
Kazeon has been hard at work. We first profiled their work within the eDiscovery industry in October, and then again last week we covered the benefits of their Information Server, which allows for agent-less eDiscovery analysis.
Now, Kazeon has announced the launch of KazForensics, a comprehensive set of forensics capabilities that creates new standards for complete authenticity of data and meta-data, as well as maximum defensibility of the eDiscovery process.