NEW YORK CITY, Oct. 7, 2014 Business Intelligence Associates (BIA) a leader in eDiscovery software and services solutions announced today that Brian Schrader, Esq., President of BIA will take part in a forum discussion on “Knowledge Loss Prevention” to take place at the Corporate Knowledge Strategies Forum in New York.
“BIA is thrilled to participate in this forum that is focused on how the critical business disciplines within companies today can share and leverage information,” said Robin Thompson, VP of Marketing for BIA. “We highly recommend CKS forums to our colleagues and clients because of the quality of discussion and education provided,” added Thompson.
Corporate Knowledge Strategies (CKS), was founded by Jeri Lou McKinney to provide a forum for 6 communities of practice to gather and discuss collective best practices, processes and technologies in disciplines including: Information Governance, Knowledge Asset Management, eDiscovery, Data Analytics, Privacy & Security, and Big Data Strategies. “The shared strategies help bring a wholistic approach to functional departments and disciplines within an organziation. Also, in sharing strategies in the complimentary communities, facilitates professional development for our members and they move toward a strategist role in their Fortune 500 enviroment.” said Jeri Lou McKinney, CEO of CKS.
Details for the New York City Forum:
Tuesday & Wednesday, October 21 & 22, 2014
Deloitte NYC Conference Center
30 Rockefeller Plaza, 40th Floor
New York, NY 10012-0015
To register for this forum: http://cks.site-ym.com/events/event_details.asp?id=478550
Corporate ONLY Code: CKScorp (no charge for attendance)
About Brian Schrader, Esq.:
Brian Schrader is a co-founding member of BIA and today serves as its President. He has over 21 years of experience in information management, computer technology, and the law; he has been a pioneer in Computer Forensics and eDiscovery. Brian is a licensed attorney who practiced in a Manhattan boutique law firm specializing in securities, corporate and complex litigation. Brian has taught and consulted on topics ranging from Computer Forensics and Electronic Discovery to Electronic Policy and Information Management. He has worked with a wide variety of systems, including legacy systems, complex database systems and various enterprise computing environments. Brian has acted as an expert on hundreds of matters, including the Jeffery Skilling Enron criminal trial, the American Express and Discover lawsuit against MasterCard and Visa, the American Home Mortgage bankruptcy; several Bernie Madoff related cases and the recent Comcast Merger with NBCU, and is one of the most sought-after experts in his field.
BIA is a leader in the legal information management industry, with over a decade of experience helping companies and their law firms successfully manage documents and data for lawsuits, regulatory matters and internal investigations in defensible and cost-effective ways. BIA offers the only secure cloud-based, integrated legal data preservation system: TotalDiscovery, a web-based software solution that includes complete legal hold management and data preservation connectivity to many enterprise systems to ensure a legally defensible method for preserving and analyzing critical documents and data. With no software to install or hardware to provision, TotalDiscovery can be used immediately, with no extensive training or configuration required. TotalDiscovery was designed for use by both Legal and IT for all types of situations, from small internal issues to large complex lawsuits and regulatory matters. With its powerful enterprise-class features, instant availability, expert workflow, unique flat-fee licenses, and no up-front costs, BIA’s TotalDiscovery is the future of legal information management. Find out more at www.biaprotect.com.