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I'm thinking about packaging up some services around security, court ordered mail search compliance, and performance.

By Andrew Pollack on 06/27/2008 at 11:51 AM EDT

I've been considering taking some of what I've been doing around security and compliance and creating some packaged offerings. They would all be priced under $10,000 and would be soup to nuts offerings targeted at the following:

1. Response to court or lawyer requests for document search across mail, discussion, and other Notes databases --- The idea would be to bring in my tools to do a comprehensive, unbiased search across an entire mail domain, putting together in place all of the uses of a term, phrase, or subject in question. The result being printable, sortable, searchable, and tied back to the context in which it was created. What should I call this service?

2. Security Review - A couple of days on site doing a complete review of the security environment either the Domino infrastructure, mail security in detail, or application security in specific. The follow up would be a document 10-20 pages with findings and recommendations.

3. Performance Review - Similar to the above.

Thoughts?


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re: I'm thinking about packaging up some services around security, court ordered mail search compliance, and performance.By Liz Wainwright on 06/27/2008 at 05:04 PM EDT
Are our interested in reselling? Relavis/Group Technologies has an awesome
suite for email management. www.group-technologies.com 40 M public company
in Germany. I am tasked with building reseller channel in US. We priced for
SMB market and module in packaging. Email me and I can send you some white
papers.
LOL. No. I think...By Andrew Pollack on 06/27/2008 at 10:42 PM EDT
You'll find I have a product in this space, which handles not just mail files
by ANY lotus notes database and can also recreate entire thread trees based on
a single word or phrase.

The tools I have. Its a question of using it as part of a service, rather than
just selling a tool.
re: I'm thinking about packaging up some services around security, court ordered mail search compliance, and performance.By Devin Olson on 06/27/2008 at 05:10 PM EDT
1) Snoop Dog (use a Bloodhound in the marketing materials)
2) Fire Dog (use a Dalmatian in the marketing materials)
3) Sports Dog (use a Greyhound in the marketing materials).

(I have no idea where the Dog theme came from. Perhaps I should spend some
more time playing with mine, and less time in front of the computer)

-Devin.
re: I'm thinking about packaging up some services around security, court ordered mail search compliance, and performance.By Jamie Jenkins on 06/27/2008 at 06:34 PM EDT
We have developed something similar in-house, except it only works across
mailboxes.

The legal team select the required person(s), the search terms, and the date
ranges. The system then copies the mailboxes locally, does an FT, performs the
search and takes the results from each mail file and puts them into a single
database for counsel to review and prepare for opposing counsel.

If there would be enough interest, Iu2019d put it up on OpenNTF.
I have that tool, only...By Andrew Pollack on 06/27/2008 at 10:44 PM EDT
...its packaged up (NCT Compliance Search) and handles much more than just mail
files. It does all the searching and sorting - has error and log reporting to
be used as proof of the search, and doesn't require local copies of the
databases.


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