What you don’t know about your dark, dormant data CAN hurt you

Date: Thursday March 03, 2016
Time: 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM (EST)
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In today’s complex business environment, enterprise leadership is challenged with continuous business events & requirements like Mergers and Acquisitions, Regulatory Compliance and eDiscovery, often resulting in reactive content preparation costing millions of dollars and countless hours, not to mention the increased risks to company leadership.

Imagine having your content identified and ready before a regulated event happens – how would your organization benefit?

With 90% of enterprise data unstructured and growing at its most rapid rate ever, it is imperative that organizations identify the data they have in order to leverage the value within it and reduce risk. Information that is unfindable or ‘dark’ can expose the enterprise to unnecessary costs and inhibit productivity. By preparing enterprise content with automated classification and other technologies BEFORE events like litigation or an acquisition, Fortune 500 companies can eliminate the risk of being caught unprepared.

Join the conversation on March 3rd as Adlib & Veri present: What you don’t know about your dark, dormant data CAN hurt you. We’ll dive into key Information Governance drivers and discuss how effective classification and content preparation is helping companies position content for critical processes like content analytics.

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Richard E Davis

Richard E Davis

Managing Partner
Veri Solutions

Richard is the founder and Discovery Solutions Architect for Veri Solutions, LLC. A graduate of the Pace University School of Law school (JD) and Pace Lubin School of business (BBA, Honors), Richard spent several years with IBM as a mainframe engineer implementing enterprise data management solutions for Fortune 500 companies. After leaving IBM in 1994, Richard was recruited as a technical analyst for the New York State Court Administration where trained NYS Judges on various types of technology. After graduating from law school in 1998, Richard was recruited to run the Technical Litigation Support Department of one of the world’s premier firms, Cravath, Swaine and Moore. While at Cravath, Richard focused on providing advisory services to the firm’s lawyers and clients in relation to litigation discovery, regulatory, information security and data privacy related e-Discovery issues.

Roger Beharry Lall

Roger Beharry Lall

Director, Market Strategy & Research

Roger has been a strategic B2B technology marketer for over 15 years with a background in the overlap between technology and business. Roger has led marketing and pre-sales consulting around ERP and CRM systems with an IBM subsidiary in the Asian market and worked for a major Canadian Systems Integrator/VAR focused on Alliance and Product Management. Prior to joining Adlib, Roger was an executive with RIM (Research in Motion), responsible for launching their vertical program, working with software partners' and global carriers' go-to-market efforts, and he was a key player in RIM's expansion into 802.11 and VoIP technologies by launching their initial non-carrier, Wi-Fi device offering.

Roger has a Business degree from the Richard Ivey School of Business and an Executive Certificate in Strategy and Innovation from MIT's Sloan School of Business. In his spare time Roger enjoys wine tasting, playing the ukulele (badly, and for his ears only), and escaping into a good Tom Clancy novel.