William Caraher, CIO of von Briesen & Roper, describes the firm's "no-cost" answer to meeting new privacy regulations
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...new Relativity also supports tokenless two-factor authentication and has better Active Directory integration, which gives organizations more options to secure access to Relativity...
Yes, if integration with Outlook and document management systems is key
A conference on cybersecurity, e-discovery, and digital investigations (CEIC) offers hands-on labs, lectures, and an exhibit hall to develop practical skills in digital investigations and will debut
...an Evernote note. The latest upgrade also features an optional Microsoft Active Directory Rights Management System (AD RMS) to encrypt and decrypt PDF files...
Is Microsoft's Surface Pro a game changer? Does integration with the Office suite and easy security tools give Microsoft the edge over Apple in the tablet wars
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...with The Sedona Conference), and featured Brian Calla (member...
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