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Daily Digest: January 6, 2009  
Content Control, Compliance, Archiving, E-Discovery, & Data Leak Prevention

Mimosa Reaches New Milestones with Industry's Most Comprehensive Content Archiving Platform Featuring Innovative Content Capture, Archive Virtualization and Proactive eDiscovery for Large-Scale Installations
Mimosa NearPoint Enterprise Customer Adoption Continues with 150,000 Seat Global Deployment for Next-Generation Email Archiving, eDiscovery and Storage Consolidation
Comment on Mimosa here

Survey of Spam Control Products, and Survey of Archiving Products -- See what others think of these products/services. If you add your own data, we will send you a summary of the findings.

Clearwell Systems Receives Highest Rating in Leading Analyst Firm's E-Discovery MarketScope Report
Clearwell named "strong positive" in report evaluating e-discovery software product vendors
Comment on Clearwell here

CA to Acquire Orchestria and Extend its Identity and Access Management Portfolio to Include Data Loss Prevention
Third Security-Related Acquisition in Three Months Bolsters CA's Position in Identity and Access Management Market
Comment on CA here

Messaging & Collaboration

Kerio MailServer Customers Highlight Momentum for Mobile Email on Apple iPhone
Leading Mobile Email Solution Provides Real-time Over-the-Air Synchronization to Deliver Data, Calendars and Contacts for Market Leaders in the SME space

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XML Standard for E-Discovery

On Dec 3, 2007, the Electronic Discovery Reference Model (EDRM) group announced its XML standard for e-discovery of electronically stored information. This facilitates the transfer of electronic information (e.g., emails, files, databases) between e-discovery stages, software, and organizations. Without the XML standard, emails, files, and other electronic information are transferred in their native format (e.g., .DOC, .XLS, .MSG) or converted to a standard format such as PDF. With the XML standard all electronic information can be transferred more easily and accurately, providing improved e-discovery.

Over a dozen e-discovery vendors have already certified their products on the new standard and more are expected to follow. EDRM XML support is quickly becoming a standard feature for e-discovery.

You can learn more about the EDRM XML project here. ... Bob Spurzem



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