By admin on May 17th, 2011
eTERA Consulting and StoredIQ to Host Webinar on eDiscovery Challenges of Microsoft SharePoint
StoredIQ will be joining eTERA Consulting to present a webinar focused on the eDiscovery challenges of Microsoft SharePoint reliability and cost efficiency.
Speakers for the webinar will include eTERA Consulting’s John Rubens, Managing Director of Corporate Analysis; Alan Brooks, Vice President of Marketing; and StoredIQ’s Amir Jaibaji, Director of Product Management. The webinar is part of eTERA Consulting’s ongoing series of training and education initiatives to help clients stay abreast of critical issues surrounding electronic discovery and electronically stored information (“ESI”).
In this complimentary webinar, attendees will learn about:
- SharePoint’s expanding presence within organizations
- How SharePoint’s increasing social media capabilities challenge standard preservation and forensic collection
- How case law such as Pension Committee and Victor Stanley is relevant to SharePoint legal hold and preservation
- Understanding the SharePoint environment through the eTERA Consulting and StoredIQ Risk Assessment Program
The complimentary webinar will take place on Tuesday, May 24 at 2:00 pm EDT / 1:00 pm CDT. To reserve a webinar seat now, please visit the registration page. For additional information please email email@example.com.
TOPICS: eDiscovery, events, SharePoint
By admin on May 12th, 2011
StoredIQ at LegalTech West
StoredIQ will be on the road next week in Los Angeles for LegalTech West where we’ll be showcasing our eDiscovery for SharePoint solution. As SharePoint continues to grow at 40% year-over-year, we’ve seen an increasing demand from customers to ensure that their eDiscovery and information governance capabilities keep pace with the growth of data in their SharePoint repositories and SharePoint’s evolution as a collaborative environment.
Most eDiscovery solutions are limited in their visibility and scope to just SharePoint Document Libraries and a subset of metadata. They also lack the intelligence to distinguish between multiple versions of documents, and may return very large and inflated data sets for content analysis. In contrast, the StoredIQ solution fully supports all core SharePoint object types and all associated metadata including: Blogs, Wikis, Comments, Discussion Boards, Calendars, Tasks, Contacts, Issue Trackers, Announcements, Surveys, Links, Project Tasks, Picture Libraries, Records Center and Document Libraries.
For a demonstration and more information, visit StoredIQ this week at LegalTech West in Los Angeles – booth #204 – or visit www.StoredIQ.com to download eDiscovery for SharePoint resources.
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TOPICS: early case assessment, eDiscovery, events, litigation readiness, SharePoint
By admin on March 16th, 2011
StoredIQ Helps Companies ‘AIIM’ for Information Intelligence at Info360 Conference
StoredIQ will be a conference presenter as part of the eDiscovery track during next week’s AIIM Info360 conference. The AIIM Info360 conference focuses on helping companies find new ways to capture, store, analyze, access, and deliver enterprise information. AIIM Info360, will be held March 21 – 24, at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington, DC.
As part of the AIIM Info360 eDiscovery conference track, StoredIQ will be discussing the risks and costs of inefficient information management. Our goal is to help attendees understand the value of information intelligence across all their data sources, so information can be organized and managed according to specific policies and leveraged as an asset for eDiscovery, records management, governance and compliance.
WHERE: Walter E. Washington Convention Center —Washington, DC
WHEN: Wednesday, March 23 from 1:00 PM – 1:40 PM ET
TOPIC: Synchronize Your Approach to Information Management
DESCRIPTION: Organizations are forced to deal with vast and increasing amounts of unstructured information. IT departments have to operate on tighter budgets, and managing data is overwhelming. Organizations take a siloed approach to information management, dealing with eDiscovery, compliance and data storage separately; resulting in higher cost and increased business risk. Join StoredIQ vice president of field operations, Ellis Ishaya, as he discusses:
- How a synchronized approach to records and information management enables organizations to cut costs and gain more insight and control over their critical data needs, especially in today’s highly-regulated business world.
- How to properly find, classify and manage all information according to business value and risk.
- How to ensure a comprehensive, secure and efficient approach to meeting their governance and compliance needs.
- How to automate retention rules according to existing records retention schedules.
In addition to presenting, StoredIQ will exhibit our information intelligence solution at booth 1633 during the three-day event. Booth visitors can register to win a free data assessment service. Attendees that would like to schedule a meeting in advance should contact Jacqui Galow at firstname.lastname@example.org or +1 512-334-3156. For more information about AIIM Info360 or to register, visit www.aiimexpo.com.
TOPICS: eDiscovery, events, information intelligence, information management, litigation readiness, records management