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Information Analytics: Embracing Information Anarchy

In today’s world of plentiful analytics capability, embracing information anarchy would sound a complete anathema to most people. But the problem is that planning strategic data warehousing and dashboarding solutions often involve many stakeholders and can take several months to design and complete. While that remains a commendable longer-term approach to information analytics, there is a lot you can do tactically in the meantime, often with

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information-analytics-intelligence

Information Analytics: Embracing Information Anarchy

In today’s world of plentiful analytics capability, embracing information anarchy would sound a complete anathema to most people. But the problem is that planning strategic data warehousing and dashboarding solutions often involve many stakeholders and can take several months to design and complete. While that remains a commendable longer-term approach to information analytics, there is a lot you can do tactically in the meantime, often with

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Weathering the COVID-19 Storm

We all know that Cloud computing, be it Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), Platform as Service (PaaS) or Software as a Service (SaaS), has been around for a good number of years now, accompanied throughout that time by often vociferous debate regarding its merits, cost and security when compared with the traditional on-premises alternatives (like a data centre in your basement). I mean, why would you

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What is eDiscovery & Why Should You Care?

I have been contemplating what defines eDiscovery for some time now. On the face of it, the topic seems quite straight forward. However, as I scratched beneath the surface, I discovered it to be more nuanced, mainly depending on whom you are speaking to. An example best illustrates this: If I talk eDiscovery to a legal person, they will quite likely understand it to mean the

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Cut Your Outsourcing Costs by Arming Your In-house Legal Counsel with the Right Technology

With the ever-constant pressure on budgets, a trend has emerged throughout 2019 for companies’ in-house legal counsel to provide services which previously might have been outsourced, a pattern which looks set to continue into 2020. This does not mean that in-house legal counsels are expanding but rather that often, corporates are following the adage about doing more with the same, or even less. Outsourced legal skills can be

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