Eric T. Crespolini Esq. is Vice President of eDiscovery Technologies and part of the Protect subject matter expert team for Autonomy. Mr. Crespolini brings over a decade of experience building and leading teams in delivering eDiscovery expertise to leading enterprises, information technology management and consulting, implementing enterprise-wide financial and project control systems, data warehousing, electronic collection, disaster planning, and operational process development. Prior to joining Autonomy, Mr. Crespolini held senior management positions at Clearwell Systems, Xerox, and Innovative System Design. Mr. Crespolini earned his JD from Rutgers University, a BS in Actuarial Science from St. John’s University, and holds an MBA in Corporate Finance.

Dan Carmel is Head of ECM Strategy and Solutions for Autonomy. Prior to joining HP, Dan was CEO of SpringCM, where he led the creation of what is widely regarded as the leading SaaS Platform for Enterprise Content Management, growing the Company from 1 to over 300 clients in under 4 years. Prior to SpringCM, Dan served as an Executive in Residence at Foundation Capital a leading Silicon Valley Venture Capital firm, and before that as the CEO of Itemfield, which was acquired by Informatica in December 2005.
 
Dan also served as VP and General Manager of the Legal / Professional Services business unit for Interwoven where he developed the strategies that made Interwoven the leading provider of document manage solutions to the legal accounting and professional services markets. Mr. Carmel was the 4th employee of the Vantive Corporation, a leader in Customer Relationship Management solutions, which was acquired by Peoplesoft, and the first employee at Savi Technology, today the leader in providing smart RFID technology to the military (most recently acquired by Lockheed for $400MM).

Dan holds a BS and MS in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Pennsylvania and an MBA from Stanford Graduate School of Business.

Eric T. Crespolini, Esq.
Vice President of eDiscovery Technologies,
Autonomy

Dan Carmel
Head of ECM Strategy Solutions
Autonomy

Our cloud-enabled, mobile world is changing so quickly that by the time you read this session abstract everything will be different.  In this webinar featuring subject matter experts from Autonomy, an HP Company, and a key Autonomy customer, we will discuss how meaning based information governance empowers organizations to not only understand, but derive actionable insight, from information—in real time.

Autonomy Meaning Based Information Governance solutions democratize data, allowing you to capitalize on big data, as well as unstructured information in the form of social media, video, and audio.  Autonomy solutions are helping the world's largest organizations perform policy-based information management to meet business, legal, and regulatory requirements.

This session will cover the current state of information governance best practices and technologies that are available now to help you govern your enterprise to meet the latest demands.


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Governing Corporate Information in a Mobile, Cloud Enabled Business Environment

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Wednesday, October 24 at 11:00am ET


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