Local ILTA Meeting: Brett Burney on Information Management

This afternoon, at the Central Ohio ILTA Lit. Tech. meeting, we started our series on the EDRM model with a presentation from Brett Burney on Information Management. If you’ve ever seen Brett speak, or met him, you know he can talk energetically and passionately about e-discovery and technology for hours at a time, and this…

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Another Thing I Learned about Robocopy Today

Apparently, if you use Robocopy to copy data into a folder that doesn’t already exist in the source directory, Robocopy will create the folder, as I thought it would, but it will be created as a System folder, with Hidden and Read-Only attributes. Now, that’s not a big deal, it’s easy enough to make hidden…

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How I Spent My Sunday

Actually, I should title this how I spent late Saturday night, into Sunday morning, and then most of my Sunday. I started out trying to upgrade Movable Type on the Child Abuse site. It’s now running WordPress. Yes, the upgrade went that poorly. Having been through a few upgrades that didn’t go well with movable…

More on Backup Tapes

I wrote earlier about Index Engines and how I thought that technology might change the landscape when it comes to determining what’s inaccessible electronically stored information. I also saw today that RenewData has announced their own technology to make data on tape backups more accessible. Sean Doherty over at EDD Update has some details on…