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Top B&L Blog Posts for November

by on December 3, 2010

Well, November came and November went. Once again, I thought it would be nice to hightlight the top five posts (according to traffic) from November, just in case you missed them.

Social Networks and eDiscovery
The popularity of social networking sites like Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn has put them on the radar of electronic evidence collectors, with some interesting results.

Is the Green IT Movement Losing Momentum?
Bad times aren’t good times for good causes so when a thought leader like Gartner jumps off the green IT bandwagon, questions arise about whether the will to make the nation’s information infrastructure friendlier to the environment is beginning to be sapped by hard times.

Why You Should Avoid Tech Seduction When Planning Green Data Center
When planning a green data center chasing the latest technology may be hard to resist, but according to Anthony Abbattista, vice president of technology solutions for Allstate, that could be a mistake.

Is Facebook Green Enough?
For months now, Greenpace has been on Facebook’s case for building a massive data center in Prineville, Oregon. Yet, Facebook fires back about Greenpeace’s own green IT commitment.

Defendants Can’t Pass the Buck on eDiscovery
Think you can pass on eDiscovery costs to the plaintiffs? Think again. A New York state judge gave a far reaching ruling in a case involving a $67,000 tab for complying with an electronic discovery order.

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