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5 Reasons Your Files and Records are ROT(ting)


Redundant, obsolete, and trivial (ROT) information likely dominates your content stores. We collect data from organizations every day to understand why information governance problems exist, and there are generally five reason your files are ROT(ting). Five Reasons Your Files are ROT(ting) 1.

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When Pressing Delete Is OK: Learn How to Eliminate ROT in Your Organization


This causes enough problems by itself, but when you then add to the pile all the redundant, obsolete, and trivial (ROT) information you have in your systems, on your file shares, and in every other possible location, it’s a real nightmare. Don’t Let Your Information ROT. Identifying and Evaluating ROT.

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Porn Showed Upon on Legit News Sites Thanks to Internet Rot

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Plus: China's pipeline probing, a Chromebook debacle, and more of the week's top security news.

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Build a Cloud-First Content Management Strategy in Three Simple Steps


Reduce Storage Costs – by getting rid of your ROT (redundant, obsolete or trivial) data BEFORE migration, plus the potential cost saving of infrastructure maintenance over license fees. Data classification is key to ensuring information security and compliance by accurately mapping and segmenting sensitive data.

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Top Image Systems to Showcase Its Accounts Payable Automation Solution for SAP at the DSAG Theme Day in St. Leon-Rot, Germany

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Leon-Rot, Germany, on September 19, 2018. This helps finance organizations to lower transaction costs, while also providing real-time reporting and analytics to improve operational performance, optimize cash flow, and support compliance, control, and security.

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ESI, ROT, and LBJ – Thoughts on Data Management While Visiting the Lyndon Johnson Presidential Library: eDiscovery Trends

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Which made me think of the state of data creation, management, storage, and security in the corporate world today. In 2016, a study by Veritas found that as much as 85% of ESI is Redundant, Obsolete, or Trivial (ROT). most of it ROT. How does your organization keep ROT at bay? So, what do you think?

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Hackers Are Passing Around a Megaleak of 2.2 Billion Records

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The so-called Collections #1-5 represent a gargantuan, patched-together Frankenstein of rotting personal data.

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