Tag Archives: e-discovery

SAIC’s Mark Forman: CIOs Should Help Agency Leaders Recognize Need for Digital Tools


Mark Forman, vice president of digital government strategy at Science Applications International Corp., wrote in a commentary published Monday on FCW that government chief information officers should help agency leaders understand the importance of adopting cloud, artificial intelligence, big data analytics and other digital government tools as they transition from response to the recovery phase during the coronavirus pandemic.

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Symantec’s Info Mgmt Spinoff Selects ‘Veritas Technologies’ Name; Michael Brown Comments

Symantec has said the independent information management company to form from the company’s split announced in October will be called Veritas Technologies and that the security business will retain the Symantec name. The company said Wednesday Veritas will have its own logo that represents the strategy toward “open, heterogeneous technologies.” “While the name recalls the company’s heritage, the new …

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GC Micro Taps DriveSavers as Partner on NASA GWAC for IT Products, Services

DriveSavers and GC Micro have partnered to deliver e-discovery, data recovery and digital forensics services to federal agencies under the latter’s position on the NASA Solutions for Enterprise-Wide Procurement IV governmentwide acquisition contract. DriveSavers said Monday GC Micro’s SEWP IV contract will facilitate government procurement of the partners’ IT products and product-based services. “Partnering with GC Micro is an …

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Lexmark, Catalyst Ink File Search Tech Licensing Agreement; Brian Anderson Comments

Lexmark subsidiary Perceptive Software has licensed a technology used to search documents containing unstructured data to Catalyst, a cloud-based electronic discovery software provider. Catalyst seeks to integrate the Perceptive Document Filters platform with the Catalyst Insight tool for organizing and capturing files in any format, language or program, Lexmark said …

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Deloitte To Help Labor Dept's Cloud Transition; Chris May Comments

Deloitte has won approval to host the Labor Department‘s litigation data outside of the department’s firewall as DOL intends to move to a cloud computing environment. The professional services firm obtained the authority-to-operate following a review of its information management security policies and information technology infrastructure under the Federal Information …

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USIS|LABAT to Showcase at AIIM Expo

USIS|LABAT will demonstrate its offerings of information management services at the upcoming Association for Information and Image Management International Conference & Expo@ Info360 at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington, D.C. Between March 21-24, representatives from USIS|LABAT will be on-site in booth 1034 to provide information about the …

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