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April Altitude IG Updates

by Rick Wilson on April 28, 2015

Update, April

This month’s Altitude IG updates include several new features for the recently released eDiscovery module and improvements to the connector/agent installation process. Here is the complete list: EDiscovery Search Updates Add the ability to cache results when performing an eDiscovery search Validate the syntax of eDiscovery keyword search criteria when creating the search Switch the […]

Well, if you are a fan of the 1972 movie Jeremiah Johnson or Robert Redford for that matter, you probably recognize the title of this post.  It happens to be one of my favorite movies and seemed like a great way to alert everyone of some of the great articles, research and white papers available […]

Discovery Attender Keyword Tester

One of the greatest benefits of Discovery Attender is the variety of options that can be used for keyword searching. However, a significant amount of time can be expended on trial and error in crafting an appropriate search expression.  In this installment of our series of Discovery Attender features, we will investigate the Keyword Tester.  This helpful […]

eDiscovery, Information Governance

The line between eDiscovery and Information Governance has seemingly been blurred from the get go. The problem is that when you talk about information governance you can’t help but also talk about aspects of eDiscovery. Both can be described as a way of identifying, retaining, and securing electronic documents which inevitably leads you to saying […]

Unstructured vs Structured Big Data

CIOs recognize how valuable both structured and unstructured data is to their organizations.  However, the process of recognizing this value differs for each data type. Structured Data As its name suggests, Information Technology (IT) knows what type of data is stored and where it is located, due to the schemas that define data types, values, […]

Dream Team

Information Technology (IT) has been around as a recognized business function with associated personnel since the 1950s, but the value placed on the department, functions, and employees today are much different than they were 50+ years ago. The role of IT primarily focused on computer and telecommunications equipment management.  Most organizations now employ predominantly knowledge workers […]