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HP/Autonomy

Autonomy Corporation plc (LSE: AU. or AU.L), a global leader in infrastructure software for the enterprise, spearheads the Meaning Based Computing movement. IDC recently recognized Autonomy as having the largest market share and fastest growth in the worldwide search and discovery market. Autonomy's technology allows computers to harness the full richness of human information, forming a conceptual and contextual understanding of any piece of electronic data, including unstructured information, such as text, email, web pages, voice, or video.

Autonomy's software powers the full spectrum of mission-critical enterprise applications including pan-enterprise search, customer interaction solutions, information governance, end-to-end eDiscovery, records management, archiving, business process management, web content management, web optimization, rich media management and video and audio analysis.

Our Website: http://www.autonomy.com


Latest Content From HP/Autonomy

Whitepaper: Backing Up Big Data

by HP/AutonomyJun 19, 2013

Organizations worldwide are facing explosive information growth thanks to trends in mobile computing, collaboration and social media. This deluge of unstructured data is forcing IT departments to rethink data management strategies. The challenge? Finding an effective way protect and back up company data while also making it available to be fully leveraged as a business asset. Learn how HP Autonomy can help.

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Whitepaper: NSCU Dramatically Reduces Data Backup Times

by HP/AutonomyJun 19, 2013

North Shore Credit Union (NSCU) services require an extensive amount of documentation�all of which is subject to industry regulations. Learn how the company replaced lengthy, error-prone backup processes with a solution that eliminates wasted resources, shrinks network bandwidth costs, and improves backup throughout.

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Whitepaper: Maricopa Integrated Health System Streamlines Backup and Recovery

by HP/AutonomyJun 19, 2013

Maricopa Integrated Health System (MIHS), which manages nearly 20,000 inpatient admissions and 300,000 outpatient visits a year, needed a remedy for its complex and lengthy data backup processes. It turned to HP Autonomy for help with streamlining backup and recovery and complying with strict government regulations. Learn how MIHS was able to save hundreds of thousands of dollars and dramatically reduce backup time.

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Whitepaper: Best Practices for Cloud-Based Information Governance

by HP/AutonomySep 17, 2012

CIO's face bigger IT challenges today than they did just 5 years ago as tightening regulations and shrinking budgets up the ante. Compounding the pressure, data is exploding in size and diversity, business is more mobile, and social media is pervasive. For these reasons, some organizations are opting for cloud computing to reduce risk, streamline information management, and rein in costs.

Answering the questions on every CIO's mind, "Best Practices for Cloud-Based Information Governance" explores the latest ideas on evaluating cloud deployment: public or private clouds, data location and privacy, data ownership and access, and cloud technology ownership, to name a few. This white paper offers best practices for cloud-based information governance and outlines solutions for:

� eDiscovery

� Archiving and Records Management

� Social media and electronic communication governance

� Data protection

� Managing all data, structured and unstructured

CIOs weighing the decision to move to the cloud can get practical information in the section, Cloud Computing Factors to Consider, which covers topics such as search and identification of data, cloud security, scalability, and data access methods. Information officers looking for a head start as they begin building the right cloud strategy for their organization can benefit from the wide range of information and guidance offered in this latest white paper from Autonomy.


Whitepaper: Next Generation of Archiving

by HP/AutonomySep 17, 2012

In addition to the demand to meet evolving legal and regulatory requirements, organizations are creating a sea of structured and unstructured content in more formats and sent over more channels than ever before.

Packed with practical advice, this white paper discusses new demands on the electronic archive, the pitfalls of legacy approaches, and how Meaning Based Computing can take archiving to the next level. Readers can also learn about flexible deployment options, intelligent search, and how the use of meaning can optimize business processes in early case assessment, legal hold, and eDiscovery.


Whitepaper: Social Media and the Shifting Information Compliance Landscape

by HP/AutonomySep 17, 2012

Companies are engaging customers and prospects on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and through blogs and posts on internal or external websites. But are they in compliance with legal requirements related to social media, not to mention privacy?

Answering the questions on every CIO's mind, "Social Media and the Shifting Information Compliance Landscape," sets the stage by tracing regulators' steps to incorporating social network interactions into mainstream legal requirements. In this paper, CIO's learn about the impact that pervasive social communications can have on pre-trial discovery obligations, including compliance with the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure.

Packed with practical advice, the white paper includes a 'model solution for social media' that outlines four best practices to help information professionals play by the rules in the new social arena. Also covered are tips on capturing private information along with the forms of risk that possession of this type of content may create for the organization.

Readers will learn about addressing existing, new, and emerging social media governance requirements, as well as the nature of obligations, how business and employees engage in social media, and the solutions necessary to stay compliant. This new white paper offers CIOs a go-forward plan for protecting their corporation from the latest information compliance threat: social media interactions.


Whitepaper: Understanding Structured and Unstructured Data in Real Time

by HP/AutonomyFeb 01, 2012

The information powering today's organizations exists in two forms: structured and unstructured. When computers were first used, the focus was on structured data, which required humans to adapt the information to fit machines. Manual classification augmented structured information with the nuances and complexity that computers could not grasp, because people do not speak in zeroes and ones.

The nature of human communication is complex, using language and idioms, photographs and videos, recordings and social media interactions. Human information is unstructured and does not fit into the neat rows and columns of relational databases. Yet, it represents the fastest growing segment of the world's content.

Now, a groundbreaking information platform, Autonomy IDOL 10, enables organizations to understand and process 100 percent of enterprise information, structured and unstructured, in real time.


Whitepaper: How to Measure ROI for Online Server Backup and Recovery

by HP/AutonomyDec 07, 2011

Show the profitability of reducing operational costs in server backup and recovery through investment in online server data protection rather than traditional backup methods.

This paper includes a checklist of comparative cost categories used in calculating ROI.


Whitepaper: Survey: All's Not Well at Endpoints

by HP/AutonomyDec 07, 2011

With compliance requirements and external threats on the rise, no business can afford to leave its data unprotected, especially at the endpoint. Fortunately, IT leaders understand the risk: Fifty-nine percent of recent IDG survey respondents rate backup and protection of desktop and laptop data as crucial or high priority.

Unfortunately, even though the majority of survey respondents have something in place, many fall short in terms of meeting needs for identification, classification and discovery. As a result, these firms leave themselves in a position of vulnerability - especially those in highly regulated industries.

Even though proper protection consumes time and resources, CIOs cannot deny that endpoint information is a potential liability. The big question is, where does a CIO find a non-intrusive way to protect and classify endpoint data to minimize risk, all while making sense economically?


Whitepaper: Why Cloud and How to Choose a Cloud Vendor

by HP/AutonomyDec 07, 2011

The demand for data storage is exploding, which is driving up costs, amplifying the risks of data loss or exposure, and complicating plans for disaster recovery. To cope with this exploding demand, organizations are turning to cloud-based storage for relief. The adoption of cloud solutions is growing,with a nearly 40 percent expansion in the use of third-party cloud storage for offsite copies expected by 2012.

Organizations are finding cloud-based data protection to be especially attractive, effectively reducing the cost of ownership associated with the entire backup infrastructure of disk, deduplication disk, tape, tape libraries, backup servers, and other components.

Cloud-based data protection also lowers the cost of downtime from an emergency such as a natural disaster. For IT departments asked to do more with less, this is a welcome solution.