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Four Steps to Shed Light on Dark Data

The term “dark data” is tossed around often in the corporate sphere, but does anyone really know what it is? Dark data encompasses all data that organizations create and store as a part of regular business operations and processes, but never use. The data is usually unstructured, uncategorized, scattered, and as a result, it is often unknown to the company or the users.

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Every Cloud has a Silver Lining

Cloud technology is not a new to the legal industry. Moving a company’s data to the cloud has become increasingly appealing over recent years because it allows organizations to reduce retention of hard copies of documents, which frees up office space and reduces document storage costs. Keeping data in the cloud also reduces duplicate information and provides employees with 24/7 remote access.

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Connecting Your Teams

When a workforce goes remote, keeping communication lines open and flowing is critical to a team’s ability to make decisions and ensure that projects get done on time. This is where collaborative tools become crucial. As a result of the pandemic, organizations are relying on collaborative tools more than ever before like using new software or increasing technological investments. In a remote work environment, utilizing collaboration tools allows employees to keep in touch and see each other’s faces, which helps mimic the traditional working day that everyone is familiar with when physically in the office.

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