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“Yahoo! recently disclosed that data for over one billion users was compromised in 2013.  Hundreds of incidents affecting millions of records were reported in 2016 alone.  So when — not if — your company suffers a breach, a prompt and effective response is crucial.”

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“In the Reasonable Man article I discussed how reasonability is the basis of the law, but that it is not objective. It depends on many subjective factors, on psychology.”

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“Compliance can no longer be an afterthought for OSPs. Not only is too much at stake, but failing to plan and focus on compliance activities may end up draining resources and distracting the organization from its core business.”

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“Product design must encompass strategic thinking about the future, the direction the industry is taking and what others in the marketplace are doing. It is about balancing innovation with market understanding.” http://buff.ly/2itYTuB

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“In recent years, there has been a lot of talk about artificial intelligence (AI), virtual reality (VR), the internet of things (IoT) and 3D printers. But which of these technologies have emerged as the biggest potential business drivers? IoT appears be leading the pack, with somewhat less buy-in so far for VR, according to a recent survey from Spiceworks.”

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“The right level of detail at which to analyze the potential impact of automation is that of individual activities rather than entire occupations.”

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“In reaching its conclusion, the court first addressed the effects of the 2015 amendments to Fed. R. Civ. P. 26, reasoning that “proportionality has assumed greater importance in discovery disputes” and that the amended rule is intended to encourage more aggressive efforts from the judiciary to discourage discovery overuse.” http://buff.ly/2iioR41

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“The overwhelming problems in the discovery system are twofold. On one hand, a large number of judges self-admittedly do not understand the potential of the incredibly large and varying amount of devices, as well as their storage capabilities. On the other hand, the requests which are made tend to be so broad and burdensome that it complicates an already difficult situation.”

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““People outside of the e-discovery bubble have little experience with the very specific language and terminology used in the world of legal technology, so, our role is to break down these barriers and level the playing field,” said Quin Gregor, CEO at SIGINT Software and LTPI board member who worked on both projects.”

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“Inevitably, line-of-business users will ask the admins to restore access to an old tape. But effectively responding to such requests can get complicated, especially when admins aren't able to quickly identify the specific tape they need due to a lack of documented knowledge about what the various tapes contain.”
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