Information governance is a set of policies and practices which help an organization understand where its data is stored and how it is managed. We will discuss information governance as it relates to data storage, management, preservation and collection in regards to e-discovery.
Federal Rule 26, the Meet and Confer rule, requires the parties in a litigation to meet at an early time to discuss the information they have and what they will share. The parties must meet “at least 21 days before a scheduling conference order is due under Rule 16”, which states that the … Continue reading Why You Should Create a Data Map for Your Organization Today
An organization’s data map is the equivalent of the card catalog in a library. It is where you can find all of your user content based on specific criteria including who owns which items, when were they last modified or accessed, where it is located and much more. An organization’s data map … Continue reading What Can You Learn from your Organization’s Data Map?
Driverless or Autonomous cars are the future of transportation, and the future is closer than you may think.
Researchers at General Electric Co. enlisted the help of the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory (PPPL) when they needed help designing a plasma-based power switch. The proposed switch, which GE is developing under contract with the DOE’s Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy, could contribute to a more advanced and reliable … Continue reading U.S. Power Grid Upgraded with An Advanced Power-Conversion Switch
Tired of the downside to owning a car in the city? High insurance rates, maintenance costs, trying to find a place to park. Well, car sharing might just be the answer. Car sharing is the renting of cars for short periods of time, often by the hour. This process is prefered by people who … Continue reading Car-sharing, the Future of Transportation
Car sharing is the renting of cars for short periods of time, often by the hour. This process is preferred by people who make only occasional use of a vehicle and with people who like an occasional change in the type of vehicle they drive every day.
Scientists at the University of Missouri (MU) have created a nuclear battery that can be used to supply energy to everything from electric cars to space flight.
Researchers from the University of East Anglia (UEA) are a step closer to enhancing the generation of clean energy from bacteria.
A couple years ago the Food and Drug Administration approved the implantation of Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) tags into humans, are they beneficial or another way for the government to trample our rights?