Explore how clients have used our unique technologies to successfully transform the way they do business – to resolve challenges such as search, data protection, records management, migration, content optimization, governance, and collaboration.
This organization was implementing SharePoint, requiring a migration. Instead of a forklift approach, which simply transfers risk from one system to another, the company’s objective, and challenge, was to expedite the migration, minimize cost overrun, and scope creep, and improve the quality of content on SharePoint after the migration.
As part of this company’s information governance initiatives, the identification and protection of data privacy and confidential information was a key component. It was seeking a solution that would automate the process, automatically identify and protect unknown vulnerabilities, and notify the appropriate staff for disposition.
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Automating Content Lifecycle Management
Due to poor or non-existent metadata the company was unable to implement a content management strategy from inception to archive or deletion, to avoid noncompliance and the financial and legal ramifications.
For this relatively early stage startup, information, both internal and external, was a key component for success. The organization did not have a robust infrastructure to leverage for best practices going forward. With little corporate memory, charting the future could only be successfully accomplished through collaboration and rapid knowledge acquisition, eliminating many of the false starts that new companies experience.
The challenge was to proactively manage unstructured and semi-structured content, to improve information transparency and relevancy during information retrieval, and significantly reduce the time spent by staff trying to find the most relevant and accurate information.
This healthcare organization was migrating over 40 terabytes of legacy content from SharePoint on-premises to SharePoint Online. It needed to ensure all patient privacy and sensitive information was protected according to HIPAA guidelines. Although migration was a top priority, compliance, information governance, and cleaning up legacy content was necessary. The final objective was to classify the cleansed content to the industry-defined MeSH taxonomy.
The MyMoffitt portal needed to be developed to enable patients to access information relevant to their specific health situations, while also ensuring the information is accurate, medically sound, and secure.
The client needed the technologies to support their 24/7 Outreach Center to provide information and referrals to military service members, veterans, their families, and others with questions about traumatic psychological injuries.
The DCDC is required to provide research to support decisions in operational and strategic military activity. The DCDC needed exhaustive and timely access to all relevant documents in the military archive, but the archive was a classic keyword based system and therefore not intelligently searchable.
This medical research university was seeking to improve information retrieval on its intranet, to enable end users to find relevant information more quickly. End users did not necessarily know the correct medical terms to use in order to find material, and were either retrieving too much information or incorrect information. Consequently, they were not only unproductive but were making business decisions using erroneous information or missing data.
The institute needed an effective way to organize information stored on its intranets to make it accessible to internal and external users, while improving the quality of search results and successfully migrating content to the cloud.
This UK county council wanted to achieve more with less. Its budget, like those of many government organizations, had not increased with inflation. For this county council, almost 60 percent of its 200 terabytes of information was unstructured and mismanaged. Noncompliance and unexpected litigation can expose any organization to fines, sanctions, remediation, and loss of brand value. Although policies and processes were in place, this organization wanted to take a proactive stance on information governance, and address issues relating to records management, eDiscovery, and poor information retrieval.