- TimeMap is a litigation tool that creates graphic chronological timelines that you
- It’s the place to record what you know about the witnesses, organizations, and
- When you create a project, Binder prompts you to synchronize it.
- These features accelerate and simplify transcript navigation.
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Category Archives: OPERTING SYSTEM
There are many products on the market which will encrypt one’s storage devices (whether discs, tapes, memory sticks, etc.), and increasingly many application domains are seeing a need for this. The approach outlined above can strengthen such approaches quite substantially, … Continue reading
This is, then, a very short chain of trust, and by having it launched by a piece of inherently trustworthy code (untainted by anything else which has happened since the platform was rebooted), the platform can jump directly into a … Continue reading
We can, then, describe a process of building a chain of trust forward from these roots. One approach to this is to thread the process of measurement alongside the platform boot process, to give a measured boot process. If we … Continue reading
The foregoing discussion implies a need for a change— a relatively minor one — to the architecture of the PC. A Trusted Platform Module (TPM) has been defined (as a logical bundle of functionality), together with a means to embed … Continue reading
A comprehensive strategy for security is essential to any UC deployment, especially given the trends toward mobility, consumer devices, and social software. At the same time the value of a UC solution increases with wider participation and information sharing, and … Continue reading
Industry standards ensure a level of compatibility with installed endpoints and systems, and simplify support and integration. But a deployment based purely on standards is unlikely to provide enough “real-world” value to be useful. Standards typically lag behind the state … Continue reading
Most banks plan to apply Basel III or other credit loan risk and financial transformation measures at the same time they transition to IFRS to minimize costs and maximize data efficiency. Only a very small number of banks currently believe … Continue reading
In the past few months, the Deloitte Global Financial Services Industry collected opinions from 56 major banks on the loan impairment portion of the new standard. Among all the revisions, we believe that those related to loan impairment will have … Continue reading
In August, 2011, the People’s Bank of China issued a document requiring that three categories of marginal deposit for security for the bank’s acceptance bill, the letter of credit and the letter of guarantee be incorporated into the scope of … Continue reading
Foreign banks use international business networks to develop global trade financing and settlement business to help global enterprises enter Chinese markets and local enterprises to expand into international markets. Foreign banks have been consistently active in developing their own business … Continue reading