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jwong007 | 17 Mar 2014 | 0 comments

Hello everyone,

I’ve been in training and will begin conducting training for a few folks.  This got me thinking about our customers in that with all the Symantec archiving and e-discovery solutions that are available, is Symantec actually helping them to control their archiving and e-discovery expenses?  Well, the answer is a resounding yes.

Let’s discuss how we assist our customers to control archiving and e-discovery expenses with Symantec’s Enterprise  I recently read an article titled, “Litigation: Controlling litigation expense and exposure through appropriate self-help”.  The article states:

“Volume often is the primary driver of expense and burden in litigation, but fortunately, it largely is within a company’s control. Although some ESI is subject to certain legal preservation requirements, such as Sarbanes Oxley and pending or anticipated litigation, much of a company’s ESI — indeed, perhaps the vast majority — at...

jwong007 | 18 Feb 2014 | 0 comments

At Symantec, we assist our customers with managing their abundance of electronically stored information (ESI).  But recently, I read an article that should make our current customers and future customers carefully consider their ESI deletion policies.  In the article, “Terminating Sanction for Destroying Files to Avoid Suit Raises Concern for Document Retention Practices” by David Cross and Rachel Talbot, a summary judgment was given against the defendant due to their apparent “good faith” ESI deletion practice.  Let’s just consider that last statement, a defendant lost because of their apparent “good faith” ESI deletion.  Here is what the defendant claimed:


“…he had purchased tens of thousands of dollars in discs from the plaintiffs during his years as a karaoke jockey and...

pfavro | 03 May 2011 | 0 comments

Is your organization struggling to manage stockpiles of data?  Have you run out of storage space for your back-up tapes?  These are telltale signs that your organization needs to overhaul its approach to information governance.

The anchor for successful information governance is Symantec Enterprise Vault 10.  The latest version of Enterprise Vault will help organizations reduce data stockpiles, decrease operation expenses and minimize litigation risks.

Enterprise Vault 10 can help your organization do so though its Data Classification Services technology.  At its heart, Data Classification Services empowers organizations to establish more effective information governance procedures.  Companies are able to better analyze and retain information that is significant or that must be kept – and nothing else.

Available initially for Microsoft Exchange Server, Data Classification Services intelligently analyzes content as email is...