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HR.BLR.com: eDiscovery 101 for Human Resources

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Originally published by HR.BLR.com. By Rene Novoa, senior manager of eDiscovery and Digital Forensics In today’s digital world, it’s increasingly common for businesses to go “paperless.” Oftentimes, the conversion to digital includes documentation prepared and maintained by human resource (HR) departments. These documents could include everything from handbooks and company policies to employee reviews and … Continue reading HR.BLR.com: eDiscovery 101 for Human Resources

The FBI Has Clinton’s Email Server. Now What?

Originally published by Wired. Article includes a quote from DriveSavers CSO, Michael Hall. IT STARTED WITH a bad joke. When asked by reporters if her server had been wiped, the leading Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton shot back: “What, like with a cloth or something?” Ha! You know, like dust. She then proceeded not to answer … Continue reading The FBI Has Clinton’s Email Server. Now What?

eDiscovery Rules Applied to Social Media: What This Means in Practical Terms for Businesses

  Originally published by FindLaw. By Michelle Sherman Companies are on social media. They are interacting and connecting with customers through Facebook, Twitter and blogs. In a study last year, numbers on the conservative side show that 65% of Fortune Global 100 companies have active Twitter accounts, and 54% have Facebook fan pages. One third of … Continue reading eDiscovery Rules Applied to Social Media: What This Means in Practical Terms for Businesses