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Boeing Defence Australia faced a major legacy data issue in its move to electronic record-keeping, writes Jennifer Padman..

What if you believed a current or former employee had used their personal email account to steal your trade secrets? David McGrath looks at what it would it take to convince a court to grant access to these emails?

The SharePoint juggernaut is delivering a challenge to traditional enterprise content management (ECM) solutions providers, writes Jill Nehrybecki, as well as a rare opportunity.

An evolutionary analysis of the latest ediscovery service offerings from CCH’s Scott Giillard
 

Information flow is changing: collaboration is no longer just with your close colleagues, it can with great ease include an extended global network and even a space shuttle, as ediscovery expert Michelle Mahoney discovered.

Politicians, personalities and pop stars are busy twittering away. If its good enough for Kevin Rudd, Stephen Fry and Britney Spears, is it time you joined in too?

In a major shakeup of the ediscovery industry in Australia, Australia’s e.law has acquired the assets of CCH Workflow Solutions from parent company Wolters Kluwer Asia Pacific.

Is there a difference between eforensics and ediscovery? e.law's Alan Watt takes a close-up look.

In order to be part of the government as a platform initiative, agencies first need to bring their information under control.

There are four key areas where IT departments can take action to reap significant near-term benefits from their storage systems, writes Symantec's David Dzienciol

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