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Trusted Business Advisors, Expert Technology Analysts

Research Areas

Big Data

Includes Big Data Appliances, Scale-out Object Storage, On-Premise and Cloud Big Data, Data Management at scale, Big Data Protection and Operations.

Our big data practice covers the whole big data storage and analytics space for enterprises, from on-premises big data storage to cloud-scale infrastructure. We analyze all the emerging and established technology and trends in these active and growing categories, and communicate their detailed impacts on the enterprise and to their business-focused big data analysts. Corporations are now actively looking for key transformative technologies to help them meet their new big data challenges and the increasing demands of both data scientists and production application owners, all while controlling the exploding costs of storing, managing and protecting their growing big data stores.

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Profile

Mimecast - Cloud-Based Archiving, Security and Business Continuity for Email

Business communications have changed dramatically over the last decade where an enormous emphasis is now placed on electronic exchanges, email in particular.  From a business perspective, email is now a required process along with an acceptable, if not preferred, method of conducting business.  Email is easy, convenient, nearly instantaneous, and in today’s world of compliance, email provides a written record of communication.  This is a Product Profile on the Mimecast Unified Email Management solution.

Publish date: 11/22/10
Report

Clearwell and Collections: Expanding the e-Discovery Platform

Clearwell has expanded their e-Discovery Platform to include Identification and Collections. Their goal is to provide a highly efficient single-product experience throughout the most demanding stages of the e-discovery process, and to enable a truly iterative workflow.

Publish date: 09/21/10
Report

H5 and Information Governance: Lowering Risk, Lowering Cost

H5 addresses both the cost and risk of inadequate classification of information with its new product, the H5 EDGE Classifier, released earlier this year. H5 EDGE Classifier runs on top of existing search and classification systems, which lets corporations leverage their current technology investment while dramatically improving speed and accuracy rates. This Opinion will briefly explain H5 EDGE Classifier and its importance to information governance.

Publish date: 05/19/10
Report

Client-Facing Metrics Lower Risk and Cost (Applied Discovery)

"Applied Discovery is coming out of the gate with a mature module for actionable management and sustainable quality control across the entire review process. This level of management controls the costs and risks, and it improves the outcome of e-discovery’s most complex and expensive stage. In this brief opinion we will sketch the complexity and risk of the review process, and how Applied Discovery uses real-world quality control and actionable metrics to help solve the problem."

Publish date: 04/27/10
Report

Effective eDiscovery Strategies for Legal and IT

Iron Mountain is one of the premiere vendors for helping organizations establish a company-wide electronic records retention program and for providing the services and solutions to facilitate that program. In turn they deliver the benefits of records retention to critical business processes throughout the enterprise. This kind of proactive work can be a hard sell in the face of reactive demands and current constraints on capital expenditures. But it is far better to manage records and information proactively than in response to compliance breaches or litigation.

Publish date: 02/22/10
Report

Successful eDiscovery Starts with a Strong Foundation

Doing eDiscovery right from the beginning is hard to do. There are several factors contributing to the challenge including a lack of communication between IT and Legal, budget concerns, difficulty issuing large-scale legal holds, and the overwhelming task of searching through massive ESI for relevant data. Fortunately for the corporate eDiscovery process, there are ways to overcome these challenges.

Publish date: 11/24/09
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