Is life getting any easier for compliance officers? Not really.
Lawyers who came of age professionally in the pre-e-discovery days can be forgiven if they sometimes seem to be living in the old world, where people were (hopefully) told not to shred or otherwise dispose of documents when litigation sprang up.
Mobility ranks as one of the most profound trends in the enterprise IT universe, as more companies continue to issue smartphones and tablets, even as they grow more tolerant of employees accessing the network with their own devices.
Why was Moody's spared when Standard & Poor's was targeted for prosecution over tainted ratings for various CDOs that included mortgage-backed securities?
Software license compliance is one of those perennial issues that strike some as hum-drum these days.
Microsoft's Sharepoint is often the 800-pound gorilla in the room when it comes to document management. Given its massive installed base, whenever a company, or even a department within a...
Solution providers of all types are keenly aware of the need for stronger GRC-oriented features.
Platforms such as Twitter and LinkedIn can be valuable tools for financial services companies, but employees must be aware of compliance risks and best practices of social media use.
Cloud computing continues to rise, and companies are inking deals right and left.
The idea of advanced search as part of e-discovery solutions within public clouds has taken hold.