File Classification – Taming the Wild Beast of Unstructured Data by Microsoft (Apr. 19, 2010)
It’s a jungle of electronically stored information that has proliferated far beyond the ability of manual data management.  In fact, this unstructured data has taken over 85 percent of today’s enterprise, however, that wild data holds invaluable and untapped information for today's corporation, including intellectual property, product expertise and knowledge stores.  But just like any wild animal, that same data also holds hidden dangers because of unseen regulatory violations, court case evidence, confidential employee information and trade secrets, representing a wide range of risks that must be tamed in order to protect the corporation.  In addition to the potential risks, these warehouses of information also offer the single largest opportunity for increasing revenue and reducing costs.  Tapping into the knowledge stored in these volumes can save money and introduce new revenue-generating opportunities while avoiding compliance violations and fines.

File Classification is critical to tame the wild beast of this massive amount of unstructured data.  It delivers on the business needs of eDiscovery, compliance and knowledge reuse while enabling the company to manage its physical storage to reduce escalating hardware costs and footprint requirements.  In this session you will learn how to leverage the Windows Server 2008 R2 File Classification Infrastructure (FCI) and DataGlobal Enterprise Resource Suite to deliver significantly enhanced file classification capabilities into an enterprise of any size in order to improve revenue, profitability and competitive advantage while reducing corporate risks and costs simultaneously.

 

Enhanced Classification and Policy Enforcement with Windows Server 2008 R2 and Titus Labs by (Apr. 19, 2010)
With the sheer volume of data on servers, it has become very difficult for IT administrators to manage the information and mitigate the risks of data leakage.  File classification is a critical first step in addressing these challenges.  This session covers how to leverage Windows servers to deliver enhanced classification and policy enforcement.

In this session you will learn how to leverage Windows servers, Microsoft has introduced the Windows Server 2008 R2 File Classification Infrastructure (FCI) and Titus Labs solution and deliver enhanced classification and policy enforcement.