(re)Classify? What is that?
When you have a distributed, full enterprise infrastructure in place that can process files that any of the agents have access to (local, network, cloud) – you now have an interesting capability – the ability to reclassify documents already classified – at will.
We process all files of the enterprise – in a measurable and reasonable amount of time. How long, what is reasonable? Of course, that depends – but after your first run with your first set of classifications – you will learn quite precisely what ‘how long’ means for your organization. For some, its less than one day. Others (huge enterprises!) will take longer.
What is most important about this pretty unique feature – is you can update a bunch of classifications (say you learned that ‘Project Orange’ went from an internal project to an acquisition – making it a ‘confidential’ project) – with new parameters and immediately have the whole infrastructure start cranking.
Huh? Yes, update a classification and the engines start processing. The end-user based interfaces will immediately reflect the new classification information. Any data ‘at rest’ will be classified with the new settings immediately.
Most importantly, with our analytics console you are able to understand quickly when the Classification Infrastructure is busy classifying data sets with new settings, and when it is mostly done.
Some data you have never had before – we think its cool!