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April 27, 2012 09:00 AMFalconStor Software's Virtual Tape Library software upgrade provides more options in deduplication, improves performance, takes up less space by offering the ability to compress metadata, and supports features that make the product more attractive to users in the federal government. Other features include improved scalability and performance with the Symantec Open Storage Technol
April 05, 2012 09:00 AMA bit more than a year ago the folks behind the LTO tape format standards, primarily IBM, with some contributions from HP and Quantum, added the Linear Tape File System to LTO's feature list. While some niche markets, primarily the media and entertainment business, have adopted LTFS, it won't live up to it's promise without support from archiving and eDiscovery vendors.
March 29, 2012 09:00 AMAs data continues to grow in terabytes in the enterprise, classifying it based on its sensitivity has never been more important. According to a just-released InformationWeek report, 10 Steps to Effective Data Classification, an organizational classification program defines policy requirements; specific classifications, generally as “secret,” “private,” “confidential” and “public,” and their associated data types; processes and procedures; accountability metrics; and repercussions from not following the rules, according to author Erik Bataller, a senior consultant with information security consultancy Neohapsis.
December 07, 2009 04:34 PMMetadata has been around for a long time but is garnering new attention in the eDiscovery world. Metadata contains information about the creation and editing of electronic documents. E-mail, word processing documents, spreadsheets, database records - all of these and more will have some level of metadata attached to it. Basic metadata includes information on the document's creator and modifiers and the date and times that it was created and acted upon. Metadata matters in eDiscovery because it goes to prove pesky details like the actual dating of an email message as opposed to a modified hard copy, or the fact that a government-produced Word document was reviewed by a lobbyist firm. Interesting, and information that could be crucial to litigation.
October 19, 2006 04:00 AMInnumerable audio files available on the Web make searching based on keywords or metadata tricky. But spoken-word search technology is making it easier for enterprises to find the right audio
May 06, 2005 04:00 AMOrganize results from multiple sources to provide a single list of indexed results for any search without using taxonomies.
March 25, 2005 05:00 AMThis subscription service provides version control for collaborative Word, Excel and PowerPoint documents. The price and system requirements, however, might leave your head spinning.
November 12, 2004 06:00 AMMost everyone agrees that migrating unstructured files into a structured object-oriented database is the best way to track and manage the explosion of enterprise data. We give you the lowdown
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