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Foundational Job Skills (Even for Rocket Scientists)

When I first joined George Jon – the eDiscovery platform, process, product, and security specialists – as a Business Operations Intern, I learned that my role would entail much more responsibility than I initially imagined, an exciting and welcome opportunity. My college education had prepared me for the workload, and …

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value of disaster recovery

Fight the enemy where they aren’t: why DR is vital to countering ransomware threats.

Suffering a ransomware attack is a costly proposition for every modern organization. There are various cyber-security threats that companies must counter on a daily basis, from phishing and denial-of-service attacks to zero-day exploits and simple human error. But of all the threats lurking in today’s digital world, ransomware is by …

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tips and tricks

Tips & Tricks: Brainspace Edition

This edition of George Jon’s Tips and Tricks blog explores some not commonly known, yet extremely useful, features of the Brainspace application. Armed with the information from this quick read and a little experimentation, you will be optimizing the security, utility, and throughput of your eDiscovery / forensics platform in no time!  …

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ward off evildoers

Abracadabra! How to ward off evildoers and keep your data domains secure.

Information assets maintained by law firms, corporate enterprises, and third-party service providers are constantly under siege from growing, ever-evolving cyber-attacks. As a member of the eDiscovery community and due to the highly sensitive nature of the data you process and store, your firm has a target on its back and …

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tips and tricks

Tips & Tricks: Linux Edition

In this edition of the George Jon’s Tips & Tricks Blog series, we will be pivoting our focus to the Linux Operating System. Given that Linux can only (with few exceptions) be accessed via a terminal, many engineers shy away from and/or are intimidated by it. That need not be the case …

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