Search results : defensible-disposal.

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    2014-05-07 12:15:24
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    Overcoming Barriers to Data Disposal

    Second in a series by H5's James Wolf about defensible deletion. In this post, James discusses a few obstacles that can stand in the way of disposing of unnecessary data and how to move the effort forward.

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    2014-04-14 12:33:09
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    Defensible Deletion—or Retention?

    These days, it seems like everywhere you turn, someone is talking about “defensible deletion.” Myriad webcasts empanel experts to discuss it, companies ponder how to accomplish it, vendors tout products they promise will do it, and even analysts are giving credence to the idea that products must be built to e...

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    2014-03-19 10:00:24
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    Information Governance and Defensible Disposal: Getting to “Gone”

    Such is the case with – yes, I’ll say it – Information Governance (IG). Even though the forward-thinkers have been trying to gain momentum around this concept for quite some time, 2014 will be known as the year it finally took flight. Anyone who attended this year’s Legal Tech or keeps up with industry blo...

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    2013-05-30 13:33:08
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    Up Next: TAR Tools in the Enterprise

    Kudos to the keen insight and dot-connecting abilities of Barclay Blair. In his May 21 blog post “My Prediction: Predictive Coding Will Help Information Governance Get Real,” he goes directly to the heart of the information governance (IG) challenge in stating his belief that “…Information Governance will ...

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    2013-01-28 14:06:34
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    Q&A with “Rising Star” Privacy Attorney Mason Weisz, Esq.

    Mason, welcome to True North, H5’s blog on navigating the challenges related to electronically stored information (ESI) in the context of litigation, investigations, ediscovery, records management, and compliance. Thanks for taking the time to answer some questions about data privacy.

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    2012-09-04 07:15:13
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    Defensible disposal of legacy data - 5 step plan

    As data volume continues to grow, more and more companies are struggling with ways to manage it. Unfortunately, the default position is often to keep it all rather than try to figure it out. It may seem easier and safer to keep everything forever, but such behavior creates an avoidable cost and unnecessary legal,...