What is eDiscovery & Why Does It Matter?

 What is involved in the eDiscovery Process?

Gary White – Waterford Technologies

E-discovery (electronic discovery) refers to discovery in legal or government investigations which relate to the exchange of information in electronic format. This data is subject to regional and national rules and set internal processes. Legal representatives will then identify the relevant data for legal hold which then needs to be extracted, analysed and exported for review.

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Waterford Technologies helps local government reduce email footprint by more than 50%

Managing Growth Without Increasing TCO!

Mark Mulcahy – Waterford Technologies

As you’d expect local government are often dealing with a lot of emails – all of which they have legal requirements to keep but, at the same time, are taking up a great deal of space on their servers. Waterford Technologies’ email and file archiving solutions are perfect for reducing local government’s email footprints.

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Meet Your Data Centre’s Green Ambitions

Reducing the carbon footprint

Mark Mulcahy – Waterford Technologies

One of the biggest challenges a data centre can face is meeting corporate and government environmental targets. The very nature of data centres – large servers constantly running and requiring cooling – means that energy is always being used, meaning all that storage can have a very large carbon footprint. With companies increasingly concerned about the environmental impact of their business, green targets can be a key influencer when choosing a data centre partner.

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Is Your Data Centre Disaster-Proof?

What if Disaster Strikes?

Mark Mulcahy – Waterford Technologies

As a data centre, your raison d’être is to keep your clients’ data safe and to keep their businesses up and running. But what if disaster strikes?

You might not think that the UK is rife with freakish natural disasters – there’s certainly not usually anything on the scale of, say, Hurricane Sandy taking out Datagram and sending the Huffington Post, Gawker, Gizmodo and Buzzfeed websites offline – but according to research commissioned by Zenium Technology Partners in 2015, 45% of UK data centres have suffered a natural disaster.

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Offering a Total Data Centre Solution with File Archiving

Revenue Boost For Data Centres

Mark Mulcahy – Waterford Technologies

Data centres looking to add value to their proposition and boost recurring revenue streams should be looking to file archiving as a solution. Not only does it allow you to be more intelligent with how you store data, but also lets you offer a more tailored service to your customers, ensuring they get the storage solution that’s right for them.

Waterford Technologies provides market leading file archiving and file analysing software which gives the biggest margin opportunities for data service providers and resellers.

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Hillary Clinton’s Email Controversy Continues…

FBI Are Now Involved!

Aoife Tóibín – Waterford Technologies

Looks like Hillary Clinton’s problems aren’t going to go away any time soon. The importance of data management should not be underestimated. Clinton has maintained her innocence saying “I did not e-mail any classified material to anyone on my e-mail. There is no classified material,”  “I’m certainly well-aware of the classification requirements and did not send classified material.”

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