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Information Governance Insights for 2015

Throughout 2014, it became clear that the mandate to implement some type of information governance (IG) initiative was a growing priority for many organizations. Sherpa Software also witnessed strong attendance at information governance-related trade show events and an increased interest in educational resources, such as our Corporate Information Governance Program (CIGP) white paper series. This […]

CIGP 4 - Sherpa Software

It’s a new year, and with the close of 2014 also comes the finale of a popular series of ours; we have just released part 4 of the Implementing an Information Governance Program white paper series. In this series, we describe a four-part proven process for undertaking an information governance project – we call that […]

Cloud and Saas Considerations - Sherpa Software

In many organizations, cloud computing and Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) continue to gain acceptance over on-premises server and network infrastructures. If you’re new to the term, storing data “in the cloud” simply refers to using an outside vendor to own and maintain the storage media where your data resides, as opposed to traditional in-house hosting. “Software-as-a-Service” refers […]

You might have read a few of our glowing case studies and testimonials of Discovery Attender, whether it be on a customer’s blog, on our Capterra review site or within the resources section of the Sherpa Software website. However, we wanted to do something different: For those of you interested in reading about how Discovery […]

Sherpa Software - Machine Learning and Information Governance

While machine learning sounds interesting, how does it differ from what is currently on the market? Why is this technology so important to the future success of compliance operations in your company? There is some debate over its definition, but one of machine learning’s pioneers put it like this: “Machine learning is a field of […]

Sherpa Software - Be the best technical support ever

Imagine, for a moment, a common situation in any information governance (IG) program: It’s 1:00 p.m. on Thursday, and you’ve just received a request from your organization’s legal team with a page-and-a-half-full of search terms and parameters. They need this by Monday; so you jump right into it, ready to search through the marked email […]