Most organizations ignore the proliferation of content. More so now, as the cloud has become a bottomless storage repository. If your organization is like most others, your content contains what industry analysts call dark data or ROT – Redundant, Obsolete, and Trivial. The thought of sorting through millions of documents is unfeasible, costly, and too error-prone for manual cleanup. How will you find the needles in the haystack that can be used against you in eDiscovery or non-compliance audits, or find privacy data accessed in a data breach? Chances are, you won’t.
The Concept Searching Difference
Identify data privacy exposures
Eliminate dark data
Do you know what’s in your corpus of content? Is it an opportunity or a risk? Legal experts claim 69% of your content can and should be deleted. This can only be achieved through an understanding of the concepts within the documents. This approach brings the ability to dedupe documents, and to identify privacy and confidential information exposures, undeclared records, noncompliance issues, and content that can be used against you in eDiscovery and litigation. Unmanaged content can be costly.