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Cameron Coles | 16 Mar 2012 | 0 comments
Agenda Symantec eDiscovery User Conference


Monday, May 7

8:30am – 9:30am
Opening Remarks
Brian Dye, Vice President, Information Intelligence Group
Reducing eDiscovery Cost and Risk with Intelligent Information Governance
Dean Gonsowski, Sr. eDiscovery Attorney
 
9:45am - 10:45am
Hands-on Lab: Collecting and Managing Social Media for eDiscovery
David Scott, Group Product Manager
Hands-on Lab: Fully Meeting Legal Hold Requirements
Brooke Cunningham, Sr. Systems Engineering Specialist
Matt Nelson, eDiscovery Counsel
 
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Cameron Coles | 16 Mar 2012 | 0 comments
Symantec eDiscovery User Conference

An event for IT and legal eDiscovery practitioners to gain insight into the future of eDiscovery, share best practices with peers and product experts, and get hands on experience with Symantec’s Clearwell eDiscovery Platform and Symantec Enterprise Vault. By attending this full-day event, attendees can:

  • Learn how to proactively prepare for eDiscovery with intelligent information governance
  • Participate in the discussion on eDiscovery best practices related to cloud computing, social media, legal hold, and early case assessments
  • Receive hands-on training from product experts on streamlining eDiscovery from information management through production

Pricing:
$495 Early Bird Rate through Friday, March 30, 2012
$595 starting March 31, 2012

Register Today!

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Yunsun Wee | 22 Apr 2011 | 3 comments

Social media giving you an IT headache?

Social media can give IT professionals a headache if the organization is not properly prepared to deal with each of the new government regulations requiring monitoring, logging, retaining and disclosure of their employee's relevant communications.

And, prohibiting access to social media sites in the workplace is no longer an option, largely due to the business benefits of social sites, and the uncontrollable nature of the Internet and mobile devices. Yet, IT is often tasked with helping companies comply with these requirements. 

There are four main areas in which IT professionals can effectively manage the challenges of social media in the workplace and ensure that corporate data is protected and stored to comply with these regulations. 

In understanding these four areas (Protection and Governance, Data Loss Prevention, Corporate Compliance, Electronic Discovery).

Join me...

BandL | 13 Apr 2010 | 0 comments

Most of the money spent on electronic discovery today is squandered on reviewing irrelevant documents, according to a white paper recently released by Forensics Consulting Solutions, of Phoenix, Ariz. According to the document authored by Mark G. Walker, Roland J. Bernier III and Barclay Blair, only about 10 percent of all Electronically Stored Information (ESI) collected has value for the purpose for which it was gathered. "Yet," the authors stated, "investigators spend 80 percent of their time and the associated cost on the 90 percent that has no value."

Organizations are spending millions of dollars finding, processing, reviewing, and producing digital information required in lawsuits, the paper said. It noted that one out of five organizations spends more than $10 million annually on litigation--and that doesn't include what's spent on settlements and judgment...

BandL | 07 Apr 2010 | 0 comments

Wherever you turn in the tech space these days it seems that you can't escape the cloud. The idea that the burden information technology has imposed on businesses for years can be sloughed off to some magic realm where a tech genie does one's bidding on demand has a powerful attraction for organizations that feel like hamsters in a run-about cage trying to keep pace with the demands on their IT departments. But in this era of compliance and litigation, the cloud's allure can be a Siren's song.

For example, when a business loads its data into the cloud, it could reside anywhere—in another state or another country. If that business becomes embroiled in a lawsuit and needs to access that data to comply with an electronic discovery order, will the laws in the location where its data is located interfere with compliance?

How about data integrity? Is the business's data comingled with other people's data in the cloud. If it is, what legal...