Xiotech Enters E-Discovery

Xiotech introduces first system to proactively manage information risk

June 5, 2007

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EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. -- Xiotech Corporation today introduced a turnkey system that proactively captures, classifies, manages and controls the thousands of electronic files organizations generate that can potentially become evidence in a legal or compliance action. Xiotech CEMS™ addresses legal, regulatory, governance and business continuity risks by proactively detecting incidents so organizations can quickly manage potential issues as they occur. As a result, organizations are better able to protect intellectual property, enforce organizational policies, manage files to comply with regulations and reduce the cost and risk associated with e-discovery in the event of litigation.

One of the world’s premier experience marketing agencies, George P. Johnson (GPJ), creates and manages more than 5,000 events worldwide for leading brand companies. GPJ recently deployed Xiotech CEMS to enhance compliance with increasingly stringent federal record keeping rules, seeing increased data security and enhanced risk management in a short amount of time.

"Managing corporate data effectively is a critical function of technology professionals today," said John Striber, George P. Johnson’s Executive Director of Information Technology. "With CEMS we are able to further enforce compliance organization-wide and seamlessly reduce risk exposure at every level of our global organization."

Xiotech Corp.

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