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August, 2016

August 31, 2016  10:58 PM

FBI Deliberately Uses Old FOIA Software

Sharon Fisher Sharon Fisher Profile: Sharon Fisher
E-discovery, FOIA, government

We’ve all experienced the sort of person who performs something badly on purpose in order to get out of doing it. Whether it’s a secretary who makes coffee badly because she doesn’t think it should be her job to make coffee, or a husband who does household chores or child-raising badly so he...

August 30, 2016  10:29 PM

FBI Discovers Email on Clinton Server

Sharon Fisher Sharon Fisher Profile: Sharon Fisher
Clinton, ediscovery, Email

Many of us probably wish our IT departments were as diligent about finding lost email messages as the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) has been about former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s. To make things clear, this blog post isn’t going to discuss the topic of the email messages....

August 25, 2016  11:25 PM

Apollo Software Renews Interest in Rope Memory

Sharon Fisher Sharon Fisher Profile: Sharon Fisher
government, history, Storage

The recent publication of the original Apollo 11 lunar module code in GitHub is bringing new interest to a really arcane form of storage: Rope memory. Let’s get the Moore’s Law, kids-these-days aspect of this over with right away: The Apollo Guidance Computer (AGC) had just “36,864...

August 15, 2016  5:43 PM

Airlines’ Disaster Recovery Criticized After Outages

Sharon Fisher Sharon Fisher Profile: Sharon Fisher
Disaster Recovery

If you sell disaster recovery products and solutions, you have a big batch of potential new customers: Major U.S. airlines. Four airlines -- Delta, Southwest, United, and American, which just happen to control

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