Rethinking Information Governance In The Age Of Unstructured Enterprise Data 

In this eBook, we’ll uncover how the concept of information governance has evolved over time, examine the most critical interdisciplinary elements of IG, and develop a flexible, holistic approach for any organization that wants to advance their information governance efforts.


FOR ADVANCED CONTENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS (CMS)
If you have a complex, dynamic website—whether it’s created using an advanced CMS like Adobe Experience Manager, Sitecore Experience Manager, Drupal, or some other tool or combination of tools—you need to ensure that you also have dynamic web archiving capabilities.
Hanzo’s Compliance Archiving of Advanced CMS is the guide digital marketing and compliance professionals can use to understand best practices for capturing web content.
Get the Resource for Archiving Success with Advanced Content Management Systems:
  • Features and benefits of top CMS solutions
  • Overview of archiving requirements for regulated industries
  • 3 common regulatory challenges for sophisticated websites
  • 6 archiving best practices including

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Do you really know who’s looking at your most confidential data? Documents travel the globe to employees, contractors, business partners and collaborators.

That’s a lot of opportunity for leaks. WFH creates new cybersecurity hazards. 

It’s impossible to lock down all those computers manually and ensure they stay that way. Answer these five questions to find out if your security posture is all it can be.

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Slack proclaims that its collaboration platform is “where work happens.” That’s becoming increasingly the case as supporting a remote workforce becomes a critical part of business agility and productivity.
Data within Slack must be treated with the same care and intentionality as more traditional forms of electronically stored information (ESI) like emails, memos, and corporate documents.
Read this guide to learn more about why organizations should seize the opportunity to govern their Slack data, reduce information risk, and meet their discovery obligations.
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Useful tips to manage Slack data like a pro.
Slack Fundamentals
Learn how organizations are using Slack and how the data can be integral for ediscovery, compliance, investigations and more.
Ediscovery And Compliance Challenges
From data management to defining custodians, to unwieldy exports, corporate legal needs a clear understanding of the challenges to consider.
Best Practices
A 12-step guide to collecting, preserving, and defensibly deleting data in Slack.

TAR Solutions for a New Decade

These days, it seems impossible to talk about eDiscovery or document review without mention of Technology Assisted Review (TAR). In its broadest use as a technical term, TAR can refer to virtually any manner of technical assistance – from password cracking to threading to duplicate and near-duplicate detection. In its narrower use, TAR refers to techniques that involve the use of technology to predict (or to replicate) the decision a human expert would make about the classification or category of a document. In this narrower sense, TAR often comes with a version number – TAR 1.0, TAR 2.0, and more recently, TAR 3.0. While some are inclined to advocate for the superiority of a single approach, each version has its merits and place, and understanding the underlying process and technology is crucial to selecting the right approach for a specific discovery need.

We recently authored a white paper to offer a discussion of the variables to consider when choosing the right TAR workflow for a specific matter, as well as the main principles behind different TAR solutions. By doing so, we make the claim that true preparedness lies in understanding the range of core technology within the TAR landscape, and further knowing how and where to access the right combination of people, process, and technology to meet any discovery need.  If you or your team have had mixed results with TAR, or want some guidance on deciding your approach with TAR in your next matter, you may find this paper helpful.

TAR Solutions for a New Decade


Employment disputes are often a driver of DSAR requests: wide in scope, potentially expensive. A new ProSearch white paper offers practical tips to solve the employee DSAR challenge.   #DataPrivacy


These days, it seems impossible to talk about eDiscovery or document review without mention of Technology Assisted Review (TAR). In its broadest use as a technical term, TAR can refer to virtually any manner of technical assistance – from password cracking to threading to duplicate and near-duplicate detection. In its narrower use, TAR refers to techniques that involve the use of technology to predict (or to replicate) the decision a human expert would make about the classification or category of a document. In this narrower sense, TAR often comes with a version number – TAR 1.0, TAR 2.0, and more recently, TAR 3.0. While some are inclined to advocate for the superiority of a single approach, each version has its merits and place, and understanding the underlying process and technology is crucial to selecting the right approach for a specific discovery need.

We recently authored a white paper to offer a discussion of the variables to consider when choosing the right TAR workflow for a specific matter, as well as the main principles behind different TAR solutions. By doing so, we make the claim that true preparedness lies in understanding the range of core technology within the TAR landscape, and further knowing how and where to access the right combination of people, process, and technology to meet any discovery need.  If you or your team have had mixed results with TAR, or want some guidance on deciding your approach with TAR in your next matter, you may find this paper helpful.


The role of the lawyer will inevitably change over the coming years. The legal workplaces of the very near future will inevitably comprise AI, human and hybrid legal talent. As we witness the evolution of AI and its take-up in the world at large, we are likely to experience a more measured approach and gradual warming to the evolution of this technology in the legal world throughout the next few years, which will then lead to a tsunami deployment.

What does this mean for the legal market? Begin by understanding the power of this technology, and what AI can do to support you in your transitioning role and help you continue to be successful in the months and years ahead.

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