Archive for the ‘SharePoint’ Category
By admin on April 5th, 2012
StoredIQ Partners With NewsGator to Bring Information Governance to Social Computing
Today we want to introduce you to an exciting new StoredIQ partner, NewsGator, a social site provider for Microsoft SharePoint and Office 365. As enterprise knowledge continues to grow in size and complexity, organizations need solutions that intelligently identify risk and govern information—especially social business content. The aim of our partnership is to confront this growing challenge so that companies can adhere to policies, regulations and litigation demands while collaborating effectively.
“Typical governance solutions haven’t kept pace with the growth of social data, the evolution to a collaborative environment, or the multitude of collaborative content types. StoredIQ’s Platform helps NewsGator Social Sites 2010 customers manage this risk in an efficient and cost-effective way.”
-Christine Taylor, Analyst, Taneja Group
Social business and collaboration data is as important to an organization as traditional enterprise data contained in email and file shares, and it requires all the governance, risk management and compliance capabilities of traditional enterprise communication methods. StoredIQ provides a holistic information management solution for both traditional and social business data, without any additional burden on enterprise business users.
Addressing the myriad of legal, records management, and compliance issues that arise when social computing comes into play can be complex. Regulations are plentiful and violations are expensive. It is critical that companies consider their strategy for supporting secure collaboration within the structure of their security policies and also within the context of existing federal regulations. StoredIQ’s partnership with NewsGator ensures that collaboration flourishes and enterprise security interests are proactively protected.
You can read more about the StoredIQ and NewsGator partnership here.
TOPICS: information governance, partners, SharePoint
By admin on December 6th, 2011
StoredIQ Extends Information Governance to the Cloud with Support for Microsoft Office 365
Seeing growing customer demand for eDiscovery, Records Management, and Compliance solutions for cloud-based data, StoredIQ has announced support for cloud-based Exchange and SharePoint residing within Microsoft Office 365 (formerly Microsoft Business Productivity Office Suite – BPOS). With this extended capability, Microsoft Office 365 customers can utilize StoredIQ to gain the same deep visibility and understanding of their cloud-based email and SharePoint data as they do with StoredIQ’s on-premise information governance solutions.
Customers, including a major U.S. car manufacturer, are using StoredIQ to quickly connect to Microsoft Office 365 to identify, collect and manage Exchange email and SharePoint data for responding to eDiscovery requests, applying records policies, and adhering to regulatory compliance mandates. As a result, StoredIQ provides enterprises with actionable information governance solutions to realize the benefits of cloud computing while still fulfilling their legal and compliance requirements.
According to 451 Research, cloud computing continues to grow at a compound annual growth rate of 24 percent and will reach $16.7 billion in revenue by 2013.
As enterprises continue moving data to the cloud, information governance challenges are becoming more complex. StoredIQ’s Platform connects to Microsoft Office 365 and indexes its data, combining the ability to identify, collect, and manage cloud-based data for legal discovery and records management into an integrated information governance application as a means of preempting litigation and reducing potential legal risks associated with cloud data storage.
– David Horrigan, analyst, eDiscovery and information governance at 451 Research
As a way to minimize storage costs and IT investments, we are seeing more and more customers move data to the cloud. Whether on-premise or in the cloud, StoredIQ can provide a highly scalable solution for governing all enterprise data and ensure that data placed in the cloud is discoverable for litigation, regulatory inquiries, and records retention scheduling.
StoredIQ’s support for Microsoft Office 365 includes:
- Identification and collection of data from both Microsoft Exchange Online and Microsoft SharePoint Online
- Integration with Active Directory
- Auto–detection of both mailboxes and SharePoint sub-sites in the cloud
- Connection throttling to Microsoft Office 365 in order to maximize network efficiency
- Managed security and access, along with automatic activity and chain–of–custody reporting
For more information about our actionable information governance solutions – for on premise or cloud-based data – please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
TOPICS: eDiscovery, information governance, records management, SharePoint
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