Julian Ackert


Articles:

  • Monday, March 6, 2017
    Information is an extraordinarily prized corporate asset. In today’s digital age, that information is stored electronically. For example, software companies store their highly valuable intellectual property in code repositories. Healthcare companies store personal medical records in an electronic medical record system. Sales departments within...
  • Friday, February 24, 2017
    Data breaches are inevitable and the aftermath of a data breach can be a significantly difficult exercise.  When legal and technical resources work together, both proactively and reactively, the response can run more smoothly.  This webinar will provide practical guidance and workflow suggestions to change potential cacophony into symphony. ...
  • Friday, May 1, 2015
    Preservation and collection of electronically stored information (“ESI”) is commonplace in today’s litigation landscape. Emails, spreadsheets, presentations, memos and even videos or pictures can all be potentially responsive data sources. The challenge with this information is that it is often stored in myriad systems, and each system...
  • Thursday, June 20, 2013
    We have been hearing plenty about Big Data lately. The massive amount of phone and Internet metadata analyzed by the NSA certainly comes to mind. A little less well-known, but still a great example, was Netflix’s analysis of Big Data when taking the gamble on “House of Cards,” their first original show that was estimated to cost...