[July 16, 2009] Sun Microsystems is partnering with BridgeHead to help hospitals store and manage data a move that just might get the company some healthcare stimulus dollars.
Enterprises Rule in Favor of e-Discovery, Thanks to FRCPThe Federal Rules of Civil Procedure are forcing companies to adopt e-discovery solutions and processes, and storage vendors are all too happy to help.
[May 15, 2009] Data storage vendors are forming partnerships and repositioning themselves in hopes of getting a piece of the electronic medical records stimulus spending.
[March 19, 2009] In this case study, a financial services company freed up employees mired in e-discovery requests by turning to a better data archiving solution.
[January 5, 2009] The global financial meltdown and Democratic control of the White House and Congress will likely mean new corporate accountability regulations and more work for storage administrators.
[July 5, 2007] Compliance and e-discovery concerns are attracting scores of startups to the e-mail archiving market. Can they all survive?
[June 29, 2007] New amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure make e-discovery everyone's business. A look at what organizations should consider in implementing an e-discovery policy and shopping for an archiving solution.
[November 7, 2006] Just when you thought you had a grip on regulatory compliance, along come new federal rules requiring companies to produce documents in legal cases or face stiff penalties.
[August 24, 2006] Clearwell's E-mail Intelligence Platform is saving clients of one law firm big bucks.
[February 10, 2006] Tape and disk vendors are capitalizing on the booming archiving market.
[February 3, 2006] Lasso Logic gets small businesses into the continuous data protection game.
[February 1, 2006] Not every record or piece of data must be saved, records management experts say, but establishing a retention program can be difficult.
[January 11, 2006] Analysts say the answer is no, but some companies admit to taking steps to ease the regulatory compliance burden.
[November 18, 2005] HIPAA compliance can be threatened by anyone with an easy-to-conceal thumb drive. One hospital found a solution to the problem.
[May 20, 2005] Our enterprising columnist examines the storage issues you need to consider to comply with regulations such as HIPAA and Sarbanes-Oxley.
[April 14, 2005] In the final part of our series on compliance and storage issues, we look at what the future may hold.
[April 4, 2005] With a 70-year history of meeting record-keeping requirements, financial services firms have been at the forefront of electronic communications archiving.
[March 18, 2005] In the second part of our series on compliance and storage issues, we look at the effect that a looming rule mandating electronic records security is having on healthcare providers.
[February 25, 2005] In the first part of a series on regulatory compliance and storage issues, we examine the far-reaching effects of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act.