Monthly Archives: December 2008

2009 Funding Forecast Reveals Tightened Budget for U.S.

The Battelle, R&D Magazine 2009 Funding Forecast showcases highs and lows for R&D budgets. Read More »

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Internal Communication Is the Key to Preventing IP Attacks

Discussing IP attacks with employees is a proactive step to protecting your most valuable assets. Read More »

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Federal Agencies in Need of Electronic Preservation

Are government agencies falling behind in the e-record management process? Read More »

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A Prediction of What’s to Come in 2009

This list is comprised of the top 10 trends expected for 2009. Read More »

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‘Tis the Time for a Wish List

This holiday wish list includes new hopes for e-discovery in 2009. Read More »

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Remembering E-Discovery Cases from 2008

This article reviews the five most influential e-discovery cases of 2008. Read More »

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Could What You’re Writing in E-mails Be Putting You at Risk?

Before sending off a fierce e-mail, take an extra minute to examine its potential consequences. Read More »

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Public v. Private Emails — Which are Which?

Improper use of personal e-mail accounts is creating chaos for some government entities. Read More »

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Webcast Tackles E-Discovery Issues

An upcoming Webinar offers best practice tips for dealing with e-discovery compliance. Read More »

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The Truth Behind Security Policies: Is Everyone Pulling Their Weight?

A new survey suggests that employees aren’t adhering to security measures, leaving company data vulnerable. Read More »

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