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Recently, Microsoft made waves in the corporate world by announcing that they were shuttering support for their popular operating system, Windows XP. Despite widespread adoption of Windows 7 in recent years (with 54% of current OS market share), the now decade-old XP still clocks in at second with 19% market share. Many companies around the […]

White Paper | Implementing an Information Governance Program, Part 2: Building your Information Governance Roadmap

The first part of this series introduced the topic of information governance (IG) and underscored the importance of viewing information as a valuable corporate asset that must be tracked, managed and disposed of at the end of its useful life. In order to institute that oversight, using a structured methodology such as Sherpa’s Corporate Information […]

We were very pleased to see that David Cowen, a known blogger for his “Hacking Exposed: Computer Forensics Blog” writings, has both downloaded our free trial of Discovery Attender and blogged about it as a product recommendation for eDiscovery solutions. His write-up included the following: If you are like me then searching, de-duplicating and producing […]

Top 5 iPhone apps for the “Type A” crowd | Sherpa Software

Are you a little “Type A?” If so, you might’ve heard people tell you this, and you may have laughed a little at the idea, or even just shrugged it off as a joke. It’s a real thing, though. As a Type A person myself, I possess every single quality that has been associated with […]

Deep breath….and exhale. I just returned from a quick and jam-packed visit to the windy city for the Managing Electronic Records (MER) 2014 show, and thought I would share a few MER murmurs, post-show fashion. This year marked the 20th anniversary of the MER conference, but it happens to be the inaugural event for both […]

Understanding Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX) | Sherpa Software

Interest in corporate governance, and more specifically information governance, has been on the rise following major corporate scandals that led to the collapse of such major companies as Enron, WorldCom and Tyco. Enron, an energy and natural resources producer, claimed revenue of more than $100 billion in 2000. By 2001, however, it came to light […]