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Kalido bundles its MDM and governance solutions

by Andrew White  |  June 28, 2011

I don’t blog about vendors often.  Firstly it is a big risk since I can’t really talk about a position that is in contrast to Gartner’s stated position.  Second, there...

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A Whole Lotta Lawyers

by Debra Logan  |  February 10, 2010

I spent part of last week at Legal Tech, the ‘world’s largest Legal Technology conference.’  I certainly hope that claim is true, because it was indeed a large gathering.  Although my own...

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How Can Governance Succeed?

by Debra Logan  |  January 25, 2010

So, I managed to log on after only four attempts today.  My method of stubornly typing in all four of the password variations I use, instead of actually looking at...

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What is Information Governance? And Why is it So Hard?

by Debra Logan  |  January 11, 2010

 Before I write (extensively)  about why information governance is so difficult and what has to happen to make it happen, I should tell you what I mean by ‘information governance’.  Like...

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New Year's Resolutions: Information Governance

by Debra Logan  |  January 4, 2010

Don’t know about you, but I always make New Year’s resolutions.  One of mine is to blog more.  That shouldn’t be difficult, since I managed it about three times in...

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Everyone Is Doing It: Even Lawyers

by Debra Logan  |  April 1, 2009

Nothing worse than a reformed sinner is a phrase that I have often used in connection with ex-smokers like myself. We hate it more than those of you who never...

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