There is an obvious question here, right?
Why do you still have this database sitting around?
Seriously, why? Either you’re telling the truth and you have a vulnerable system sitting out there that you’ve never even used, or you have been using it and you’re lying to save face now that data has been breached. Neither one makes you look particularly good, does it?
The article is right about the fact that the upheaval is going to come faster and be larger than most people have contemplated, and we have no idea how it’s going to play out beyond the fact that there’s going to be a lot less jobs, and we aren’t just talking about blue collar jobs…
Apparently, 1 in 5 companies have already. I’m surprised it’s this high already, just one year after the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure were amended, which made all relevant electronically stored information discoverable. I thought certainly, over time, we’d see some of this, especially with small companies that don’t have the IT resources to properly…
Excuse me, what? “The two custodians purportedly had over one million emails, that were 300 gigabytes of data, which would cost $30,000 to export, search, and review. Id.” Good lord, doesn’t anyone enforce responsible deletion policies? Why are these two people hanging on to a million emails? Why, why, why? This situation shouldn’t even exist, let…
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This is some really good advice from Jim Calloway. I might even have to think about this before the next tropical storm comes through south Louisiana. One evening soon at home, go through your entire house videoing everything with your smart phone or digital camera. Open every closet and every drawer. Don’t worry about clutter….