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Season 5 – Episode 1

Achieving Information Governance through a Transformative Cloud Migration

Episode Summary: Data migrations are generally perceived as painful and disruptive experiences. However, they also provide unique opportunities to transform the way unstructured data is used and managed within an organization. Changes to governance policies and processes that would be too disruptive if implemented within existing systems can be planned and rolled out as part of the expected disruption that typically occurs during any large-scale data migration. For organizations already investing in such migrations, taking advantage of the opportunity to also transform unstructured data and related policies can help offset migration costs and further justify the migration effort. Tune into this episode of Law & Candor to uncover key ways to identify unstructured data transformation opportunities and strategies for developing a comprehensive information architecture plan that will inform the overall migration strategy and help to ensure its success.

John Holliday

Digital Information Governance Consultant, Lighthouse

John is a seasoned information architect, cloud solution consultant, and full-stack software developer with 30+ years of professional experience, specializing in Microsoft's cloud, business intelligence, machine learning, process automation, and collaboration platforms as well as modern mobile/web development platforms, languages and tools.

John has deep knowledge and experience developing Azure, SharePoint, Office 365, SQL, Web, and Desktop solutions with many years of hands-on expertise using C#, Typescript, JavaScript, T-SQL, Node, Angular, React, PHP (WordPress), and other languages and tools. He has also created several custom (domain-specific) programming languages and Visual Studio extensions. John served as a Microsoft SharePoint Server MVP for five years and has authored or co-authored several popular SharePoint development books, including the first book for professional developers implementing custom records management and compliance solutions on the SharePoint platform.

John developed a proprietary Structured Relational Mapping {SRM) methodology, which includes analytical techniques derived from well-established principles of software architecture and design, such as Operational Modeling and Dependency Structure Matrix (DSM) analysis, which adds relevance to document types by identifying functional groupings that surface through a detailed analysis of their inter-dependencies, rather than through subjective assumptions based purely on historical or anecdotal evidence.

John developed an Azure ML predictive analytics solution and companion suite of micro-services [Azure, .NET core] to provide on-demand cloud-based support for optimized put-option trading. John designed and implemented an extensible widget framework for SharePoint [SPFx, Node, React, and Typescript] that enables web developers to build and deploy connected web components more easily. John implemented a comprehensive SSAS/ SSRS data warehouse [Azure, SQL Server] and client-side Bl dashboard [WIN 32, UWP] for managing residential non-performing loan portfolios. John built a custom web-based enterprise data catalog [.NET, SQL] with dashboards, KPIs, and configurable scorecards to enable ad-hoc query, analysis, and validation of enterprise data artifacts across multiple business units.

John has extensive experience implementing custom content management system {CMS) plugins that integrate with external cloud services [Azure, AWS]. He also developed a prototype electronic document and records management solution [.NET, C#, SharePoint Server] for the United States Treasury.
John founded the SharePoint Developer Network LinkedIn group with over 6500 members, and he is co-founder and executive director of Works of Wonder International, an NGO committed to empowering individuals and communities to overcome trauma and chronic exposure to stressful conditions.

Season 5 – Episode 2

Scaling Your eDiscovery Program: Self Service to Full Service

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The podcast wholly devoted to pursuing the legal technology revolution. Co-hosts Bill Mariano and Rob Hellewell explore the impacts and possibilities that new technology is creating by streamlining workflows for ediscovery, compliance, and information governance.

Bill Mariano

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