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E-discovery and records management presentation

ZyLAB : 04 March, 2009  (Company News)
ZyLab executive to make presentation at the Digital Government Institute on E-discovery
ZyLAB, an innovative developer of Information Access Solutions, has announced that Kevin Donahue, Director of Business Development will present at this week's Digital Government Institute's E-Discovery, Records & Information Management Conference, taking place March 5 in the Pavilion of the Ronald Reagan Building, Washington, DC.

Mr Donahue will present from 9:45 am to 10:15 am on the topic "What Does it Take to Bring E-Discovery In-House?" Discover what it takes to bring significant portions of the e-discovery process in-house. In order to lower discovery costs, it is important for government agencies to explore how to integrate phases of the EDRM model into their internal processes. Optimizing this integration is more than just having a connection between processes and information management systems--a well documented and executable methodology is necessary, including a quality control framework. Learn how to develop an inclusive process with key business stakeholders--particularly the legal and technology staffs- to optimize resources and improve discovery results.

'We are thrilled with the tremendous interest the E-Discovery, Records & Information Management Conference has generated. With the cooperation of the event's Education Advisory Committee, we have put together a quality education program featuring keynote speakers Jason R. Baron with NARA and Judge John Facciola. We appreciate the contribution of all speakers such as Kevin Donahue from ZyLAB who will bring his front line expertise to the program. It is due to their support that this event is expected to draw the largest attendance of any DGI Conference to date,' said Mike Smoyer, President, Digital Government Institute.

DGI's E-Discovery, Records & Information Management Conference is open to government professionals at no cost. Only government, speakers, sponsors, and DGI guests are invited to attend.

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