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Linked – IRS Can’t Update Servers Because It Can’t Find Them

Your government at work. These are the people responsible for protecting all of the personal information that is included with your taxes, and they can’t even find all of their own computers in order to upgrade them, and some of the ones they have found, are still running 12 year old versions of Windows Server….

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Linked – An Interview with Ignatius Grande

“Q: Since electronic information is an intangible item, what are some of the more common issues that arise for your clients in e-discovery practice? A: Clients will often ask about the best ways to manage the enormous amounts of data that they create on a daily basis. I will work with clients to focus on…

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Linked – The Public Speaking Technique That Everyone Should Be Using

“The powerful speech pause might be the most important public speaking technique you will ever learn. This secret is something that I’ve used for many years. Dramatic pauses are so powerful that they should be illegal. In music, all of the beauty is contained in the silences between the notes. In speaking, the drama and…

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Linked – Social media posts a growing aspect of litigation holds

” Information gleaned from social media should be top of mind when lawyers are considering e-discovery requests in litigation matters ranging from personal injury to labour and employment and the corporate sphere, according to a panel of in-house lawyers. Despite the way many people freely share their personal information on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram these…

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You Can’t Secure What You Don’t Know Exists

If you’ve paid much attention to the eDiscovery space over the last months, you may have noticed the same trend that I have. It seems that every other article that I have seen on the topic is mentioning either Cybersecurity, or Information Governance, along with eDiscovery. This is not a coincidence. Data breaches have become…

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Linked – Technology Is Destroying Our Work-Life Balance

” We might be working longer simply because we’re so unproductive.On our mobile devices, we’re doing two damaging things constantly: Multitasking Context switching Multitasking destroys our productivity, our brains simply can’t handle it, and context switching makes us constantly lose what we were doing and restart.” This sounds about right. Even working from home without…