Storediq News & Articles
| Thursday Dec 20, 2012
Unless one of the other vendors slips a sneaky acquisition under the door by the end of the year, the announcement by IBM that it is buying StoredIQ early in the new year has to be the last throw in consolidation of the information management market for this year.
| Monday Apr 9, 2012
Over the past years, many companies have joined forces with StoredIQ to build a successful business around the information management solution provider’s technologies and distribution channels. Recently, StoredIQ added NewsGator to their partner list. By doing so, NewsGator Social Sites 2010 customers will be able to manage their social data’s risks in an efficient and cost-effective way.
| Wednesday Oct 19, 2011
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.
| Wednesday Mar 23, 2011
It’s been a busy week in GRC. OpenText has released new application governance and archiving software, StoredIQ offers risk assessments of SharePoint environments, EMC and eMag partner to offer e-Discovery, and there’s research from Varonis on metadata and GFI on email archiving.
| Wednesday Feb 9, 2011
In GRC this week there have been a number of releases in the e-Discovery space, including a StoredIQ solution for SharePoint and enhanced search across Clearwell's e-Discovery platform. There are also indications that we may be heading toward an e-Discovery standard. Meanwhile, both Viewpointe and Agiliance have issued new releases.
| Wednesday Oct 6, 2010
In a busy week for GRC there have been a few notable releases that are worth looking at. The first is from StoredIQ , which has upgraded its e-Discovery support for SharePoint, while Digital Reef has made its e-Discovery a lot more mobile. In other news, Archive Systems has upgraded its records management platform.
| Monday Mar 22, 2010
Earlier this month, the team behind StoredIQ (news, site) took its Intelligent Information Management Platform and joined NetApp’s Alliance Partner Program. The partnership allows StoredIQ to integrate NetApp storage into their platform, providing better performance and scalability to the corporate infrastructures that utilize it.
| Wednesday Jan 27, 2010
Is your data wild? Unruly, even? For data in the wild, StoredIQ (news, site) lets you Analyze Anywhere. That’s the name of their new early case assessment solution (ECA) that enables users to perform early case analysis on data, well anywhere.
CMSWire spoke with Ellis Ishaya, Vice President of Operations about Analyze Anywhere and how it can change how we think about and conduct ECA.
| Friday Dec 4, 2009
StoredIQ (news, site) is giving the gift of insight this December. With its new StoredIQ Assessment Services, users can see into unstructured data from across the enterprise.
| Wednesday Oct 21, 2009
Ever dream of moving electronically stored information from one system to another seamlessly and while saving money? Today is your lucky day. CaseCentral and StoredIQ have formed an alliance in an effort to do just that.
Together, they will provide an integrated eDiscovery offering that ranges from identification, preservation, collection and processing of electronically stored information (ESI) through analysis, review, production and post-production re-use.
| Tuesday Oct 20, 2009
StoredIQ has released the fifth generation of its Intelligent Information Management platform. The vendor hopes the updated version will enhance and simplify eDiscovery, records management, information governance and storage management processes.
Thanks to some innovative functionality, new scalable architecture and new user interface, customers should be able to improve workflows between legal and IT. That’s the idea anyway.
| Tuesday Aug 25, 2009
Last week Clearwell and Recommind released updates to their respective eDiscovery platforms. Not to be outdone, StoredIQ (news, site) is leading the charge this week with their own announcement.
StoredIQ now offers classification-based security, available immediately. Now users can grant access to potentially responsive data for audits, investigations and eDiscovery requests based on content classification, rather than only physical location, such as server, share or directory structures.
| Monday Jun 29, 2009
Fresh off of an US$ 8 million investment used to expand their information management and eDiscovery solution, StoredIQ has put their money where their mouth is and announced the StoredIQ Desktop Agent solution.
Designed for "organizations who have geographically distributed sites, a highly mobile workforce, or a large number of employees" or as most call it, global CMS, the Desktop Agent Solution provides a central management console and network of friendly software agents to help filter and retrieve data related to search and discovery.
| Thursday Jun 25, 2009
Information governance -- historically a bottom-up practice and now the responsibility of Governance, Risk and Compliance (GRC) managers -- has been pushing its way into boardrooms around the world. Sarbanes-Oxley, HIPAA, The Basel II accords and similar regulations have triggered this trend.
The problem is that the concerned parties rarely speak the same technical language. Modern enterprise information management systems are helping to address the problem but there are still a few secrets to success. Here are some things to keep in mind during your initiatives.
| Wednesday Apr 15, 2009
Last we covered them, StoredIQ was busy launching StoredIQ Solution for Legacy Archived Media, an eDiscovery platform for the enterprise that captures data from all sources, both on- and off-line.
Since then, they've been busy capitalizing on their success. StoredIQ just closed an US$ 8 million investment financing from existing investors, including S3 and Techxas Ventures. They've also added industry veterans Dan Junk as vice president of business development and Ellis Ishaya as vice president of partner development to their management team.