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From Email to Enterprise Information Archiving

The only real method to become litigation ready is to have an Enterprise Information Archiving (EIA) strategy in place for all your information: including email, file shares, SharePoint, business repositories, paper, but also the new elephants in the corner: multimedia information and information the cloud. Such a strategy should include policy and retention management, content analytics for automatic information archiving, classification and valuation, exploratory search, eDiscovery (EDRM process) support, defensible and enforced quality control, methodologies and audits, but also meta-data, security and storage management. This also explains the increasing interest in and reports on Enterprise Information Archiving, information valuation, and information governance, in general, by organizations such as Gartner (see Enterprise Information Archiving Transforms the Strategy and Approach for Archiving by Kenneth Chin and Sheila Childs, G00201236) and various other analysts

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Selecting an Enterprise Archive Solution

In What Should You Do with Your Legacy Archiving System? , I offered a simple procedure for helping you decide what to do with your archiving systems...(But you’d be surprised what some folks put in archives.)

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Text Analysis: The next step for eDiscovery, Legacy Information Clean-up and Enterprise Information Archiving

The majority of commonly-used search tools are built to retrieve only the most popular hits—which simply doesn’t meet the demands of exploratory legal or investigative search or for more advanced tasks such as document classification for eDiscovery, Legacy Information Clean-up or Enterprise Information Archiving

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Increasing Retention Periods require Open Archiving Standards

Due to the constantly increasing legal retention periods for electronic data, more and more government organizations and enterprises have to deal with old electronic archives from which the original manufacturer can be anything from being acquired to the absence of technical support for an older version of the archive

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Experts needed to develop new information management certification!

We have already several experts willing to help us on a number of topics, but would like some more experts for the below topics for an in-person workshop in Baltimore Tuesday, May 3, through Thursday, May 5; Digital Rights Management Mobile applications Text analytics Business intelligence Cloud computing Telecommuting support E-discovery Email archiving Security Those who participate in development of the examination will be allowed to take the certification exam at no cost. Participants and their organizations will also receive recognition on the AIIM website for their role in helping to shape the inaugural AIIM information management certification

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Self-destruct email: the final solution to limit your eDiscovery costs!

But, reading about self-destructing email is a good read and a great article to get attention for the real problem: a roadmap towards enterprise information archiving! For real-world email and eDiscovery solutions you should join our KM World Webinar Tuesday June 29th, 2010: http://www.kmworld.com/Webinars/250-The-E-Mail-Dilemma-Balancing-the-Risk-and-the-Value.htm, or read more here: http://zylab.wordpress.com/2010/06/11/why-you-need-email-archiving-today-and-enterprise-information-archiving-tomorrow/, or here: http://aiimcommunities.org/users/jscholtes #ElectronicRecordsManagement #InformationGovernance #E-mail #e-discovery #informationvaluation #enterpriseinformationarchiving

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Corporate Governance is Finally Becoming a Reality -- Thanks to eDiscovery

For the first time, visitors sought proactive information management, enterprise information archiving, legacy information clean-up, defensible disposal, data monitoring for internal investigations such as non-compliance, early fraud detection and other intelligent governance tools

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Factors that drive solid records management

The de facto standard for how records-retention requirements should fit together in a comprehensive records management environment are based upon such internationally acknowledged frameworks and guidelines such as the National Archives (UK), National Archives of Australia, US Dept of Defense (DoD) 5015.2-STD, PRO-TNA, ISO 15489, MoReq2, and so on

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