Profile of Andrew Conry MurrayDirector of Content & Community, Interop
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Drew is formerly editor of Network Computing and currently director of content and community for Interop.
Articles by Andrew Conry Murray
posted in September 2008
LiveOffice launches a free e-mail continuity offering as a loss-leader for its archiving service.
Dear Lord, please tell me not all startups are as smug, self-satisfied, and alcohol-centric as this one.
While technological challenges abound in e-discovery, IT's biggest hurdle may be getting in-house attorneys to meet them halfway.
A startup has launched a cloud service that offers identity management for SaaS apps. IT can enforce user authentication, manage compliance, and speed deprovisioning.
It might be a good idea to take more than a week to formulate a response to the biggest financial crisis in our history.
A new survey says companies and their in-house lawyers aren't prepared to meet legal discovery requests. And McAfee's recent hiccup shows that even big companies make mistakes.
Server virtualization gets lots of press these days, but don't be so quick to drop the big iron.
As baby boomers retire, they walk out the door with years of institutional knowledge. Can we catch it?
Sarah Palin's Yahoo account is a stark reminder of how easy it is for employees to get around corporate compliance policies.
Symantec's SME backup software will be able to back up virtual machines from VMware and Microsoft.
A $9 phone did what the Internet could never do -- let me work during a power outage.
New software finds VMs and performs e-discovery searches to ensure relevant information gets found.
CMIS won't be an official standard for at least a year, but you can start playing with a draft implementation today.
Microsoft, IBM, EMC, and others aim to make it easier for users and applications to pull content from competing repositories.
Cases are being settled based on cost, not merit, according to results of a survey released today.
Lumeta's arresting visual images represent the explosive growth of the online world. Between 1998 and 2003, the number of nodes on the Internet doubled. By 2008 nodes had increased five times.
InformationWeek readers know their users store e-mail on local drives, but aren't sure if they approve.
When it comes to information management, power may be shifting from IT execs to lawyers. Should you be afraid?
IBM launches eDiscovery Manager software to help enterprises find and manage information that may be relevant to litigation.
A lot of IT pros, according to an InformationWeek survey. But as compliance and litigation pressures mount, those fears will fade.
Like a blockbuster summer movie, my previous blog on e-discovery tools gets a sequel.