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GRC Roll-up: E-Discovery Key in 2012, EntropySoft Releases ZyLab Connector

It’s been a slow start to the year in GRC, but it looks like one where e-Discovery is going to play a major role, at least according to Nuix. Axceler and MetricStream have both entered partnerships with Jornata and Qualys, while EntropySoft has released a new connector with ZyLab for better e-Discovery.

HP Adds Autonomy's IDOL to TRIM Records Management

HP Adds Autonomy’s IDOL to TRIM Records Management The announcement that HP was buying Autonomy earlier in the year caused a lot of consternation, not least because of the US$ 10. 2 billion price tag. No one was really sure where the money would be recouped. The release of TRIM 7.2 built with Autonomy’s IDOL gives some idea of where HP is going with all this.

GRC Roll-up: Good Governance in SharePoint 2010, Feds Outlines Cloud Security Standards

Even with the year winding down, there’s still some movement in the GRC space. This week, we looked at SharePoint governance with Quest, ASG bought Atempo, the new HIPAA standard is just about on top of us, and the U.S. government outlined its new security standards for cloud computing.

GRC Roll-up: StoredIQ Offers Office 365 Visibility, OpenText Adds Auto-Classification

It's been a busy week in the GRC space with StoredIQ extending support to Office 365 and giving visibility across its elements, Symantec reporting that cyber attacks continue to increase, OpenText offering Auto-Classification to Records Management, and Virtual Code Solutions releasing its ShareArchiver solution.

GRC Roll-up: Laserfiche Offers Tighter Governance, EU Gets Tough On Data Privacy

Even with the Thanksgiving Weekend, there’s been a lot in the GRC space, including the recent upgrade from Laserfiche, SOA’s enhanced Repository Manager, the EU has said it is going to tighten up on data privacy, Compliance 360 looks into its crystal, while Iron Mountain and O’Neil partner.

GRC Roll-up: DocsCorp's OpenText Crawler, Bit9's 'Dirty Dozen' Smartphones

Thanksgiving weekend, and if you haven’t got enough to worry you, here are some of the noteworthy compliance and risk stories of this week, including the “Dirty Dozen” list of unprotected smartphones, and a OpenText Content Server crawler form DocsCorp to help you find documents. Also this week LiveOffice archives your cloud documents, while the Schwab Corp. has bought Compliance 11.

GRC Roll-up: Symantec Secures Cloud Messaging, CA Upgrades Security Services

This week, Symantec secures cloud instant messaging and offers Lync support, CA has upgraded its security services, there’s talk of a Facebook privacy opt-in or out option, BWise releases v 4.1.3 and LexisNexis sells insurance software business.

GRC Roll-up: SAP Offers Mobile GRC, Jive Offers Social Media Compliance

As in previous years, this week's SAP Sapphire conference has generated a number of interesting releases this week in the GRC space. Jive offered enterprises a way of keeping their social media compliant, while Krolls provided them the tools to DIY e-Discovery and C2C has simplified email archiving.

Together, Jive & Actiance Keep Social Business Compliant

Together, Jive & Actiance Keep Social Business Compliant Adhering to electronic communications laws in the realm of social business can be tricky. Hoping to ease the process, Jive has partnered with Actiance, a company bent on improving the security, management and compliance of unified communications. 

GRC Roll-up: EMC Upgrades SourceOne, SharePoint Governance, Compliance

There’s quite a lot of interest in SharePoint this week with SharePoint-based compliance from NextDocs, compliance for those who are using SharePoint as an enterprise CMS from HiSoftware and a discussion on SharePoint governance from Symon Garfield. EMC has also upgraded SourceOne e-Discovery Kazeon to v4.6, while Check Point has bought Dynasec.

Information Security Study Shows Increased Risk, Insufficient Spending

The latest report from PwC, conducted with CIO and CSO Magazines, points to some interesting trends in international information security. The global study drew its respondents from 138 countries, indicating the common threats, improvements and concerns facing industries worldwide.

GRC Roll-up: IBM's Governance with Algorithmics, OpenText Upgrades

This week IBM announced that it has finally closed the Algorithmics deal that,  among other things, gives it financial governance software, OpenText upgrades its records management for email, StoredIQ adds a records management module, and Mitratech looks at legal IT spending.

GRC Roll-up: Laserfiche, DocFinity Release Records Management Products

In the GRC space this week, there’s a lot of records management updates. Laserfiche has been showing off its iPhone records management app at ARMA, DocFinity has released a records management module, StoredIQ has also been working in records management, RSA and McAfee have formed a new partnership and Autonomy has released new policy management software.

Autonomy Adds Context, Meaning to Data Governance, Policy Management

Autonomy Adds Context, Meaning to Data Governance, Policy Management With Autonomy now officially owned by HP, it is worth keeping an eye on to see where it goes and what it’s doing. While it’s too early to make anything of any changes, the release this week of Policy Authority would suggest that, at least for Autonomy, it's business as usual.

10 Planning and Governance Keys to SharePoint Success #spc11

In his keynote address at the SharePoint Conference in Anaheim, CA earlier this month, Microsoft CVP Jeff Teper, who many in the community refer to as the "Godfather of SharePoint," stated that governance "is not an issue in SharePoint 2010." That claim caused a bit of a stir from the audience, and Twitter was suddenly jammed with feedback and speculation.

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