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    • How to Identify, Disrupt and Dismantle Unauthorized Product Distribution
      How to Identify, Disrupt and Dismantle Unauthorized Product Distribution Josh Hopping, Investigative Research Specialist; Annie Wood, Client Service Manager Recorded: Aug 1 2017 4:00 pm UTC 50 mins
    • As widespread unauthorized product distribution reaches a new level of complexity, brand owners are finding themselves mired in a “whack-a-mole” battle against fraudsters. Unauthorized sellers are adept at setting up new sites and marketplace listings almost as quickly as they are taken down. Meanwhile, their multi-level marketing networks allow them to hide behind layers of anonymity.

      Please join MarkMonitor brand protection experts Josh Hopping and Annie Wood as they discuss how to generate actionable intelligence and leverage investigative tactics to disrupt and dismantle infringing online networks at their source.

      During this webinar, you’ll learn how to:

      -Identify interconnected networks of infringing activity and shut them down
      -Use test purchases and investigations to support legal action
      -Connect the dots between online infringement and physical enforcement

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    • How e-marking can improve the quality assurance of exam marking
      How e-marking can improve the quality assurance of exam marking Martin Adams - Senior Business Analyst, Annie Mehmet - Account Director, Steve Harrington - Account Director at RM Results Recorded: Jul 20 2017 5:00 pm UTC 45 mins
    • Marking quality is one of the biggest challenges faced by awarding bodies and professional organisations around the world.

      Poor or inconsistent exam marking has consequences for all parties involved in the process: impact on student life chances, reputational damage for awarding bodies and professional organisations, and extra work for examiners due to increasing numbers of re-marking requests.

      One awarding body found that 14% of the paper forms used to manually record marks were filled out incorrectly each year. Moreover, 10% of the traditionally marked exam papers were subject to enquiry and the majority had their marks changed. Other countries, such as India, Poland, Slovenia and the Caribbean have faced the same challenge and have started transitioning to online marking systems to improve the quality of their exam marking.

      From this webinar you will find out:
      • What are the key exam marking challenges faced by awarding bodies and professional organisations around the world
      • What the most common paper-based marking errors and biases are, and how e-marking can help you reduce them: transcription and addition errors, halo effect, cultural, gender and centre biases
      • What quality control models are available in e-marking solutions: seeding, double marking, multiple marking, item-level marking
      • What monitoring and communication tools are available in e-marking solutions that help to improve marking quality

      Is marking quality one of your key challenges? Could you do more as an awarding body to remove marking bias, inconsistencies and errors?

      If you want to find out how e-marking can help you improve the quality of your exam marking, join our webinar on Thursday 20th July at 6pm BST (GMT+1).

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    • How e-marking can improve the quality assurance of exam marking
      How e-marking can improve the quality assurance of exam marking Martin Adams - Senior Business Analyst, Annie Mehmet - Account Director, Steve Harrington - Account Director, RM Results Recorded: Jul 19 2017 8:00 am UTC 45 mins
    • Marking quality is one of the biggest challenges faced by awarding bodies and professional organisations around the world.

      Poor or inconsistent exam marking has consequences for all parties involved in the process: impact on student life chances, reputational damage for awarding bodies and professional organisations, and extra work for examiners due to increasing numbers of re-marking requests.

      One awarding body found that 14% of the paper forms used to manually record marks were filled out incorrectly each year. Moreover, 10% of the traditionally marked exam papers were subject to enquiry and the majority had their marks changed. Other countries, such as India, Poland, Slovenia and the Caribbean have faced the same challenge and have started transitioning to online marking systems to improve the quality of their exam marking.

      From this webinar you will find out:
      • What are the key exam marking challenges faced by awarding bodies and professional organisations around the world
      • What the most common paper-based marking errors and biases are, and how e-marking can help you reduce them: transcription and addition errors, halo effect, cultural, gender and centre biases
      • What quality control models are available in e-marking solutions: seeding, double marking, multiple marking, item-level marking
      • What monitoring and communication tools are available in e-marking solutions that help to improve marking quality

      Is marking quality one of your key challenges? Could you do more as an awarding body to remove marking bias, inconsistencies and errors?
      If you want to find out how e-marking can help you improve the quality of your exam marking, join our webinar.

      First three people to register and attend the webinar will receive a pack of our latest e-assessment whitepapers, reports and more.

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    • Backup is for Recovery, Archiving is for Discovery: Legal and IT
      Backup is for Recovery, Archiving is for Discovery: Legal and IT David K. Isom, Judge Ronald J. Hedges, Sean Regan and Annie Goranson Recorded: Dec 10 2009 8:00 pm UTC 59 mins
    • Presenters:
      David K. Isom, Shareholder, GreenbergTraurig
      Judge Ronald J. Hedges, Former US Magistrate Judge
      Annie Goranson: Discovery Counsel, Symantec
      Sean Regan, Product Marketing Manager, Symantec
      Join the world leader in backup and archiving along with distinguished legal experts to discuss the changing role of backup technology in the enterprise.

      * Are you having trouble navigating to the Safe Harbor?
      * How do you know when you are there?
      * Do your current policies prevent you from ever getting there?

      No amendment to the 2006 FRCP has generated as much discussion as Rule 37(e), the so called Safe Harbor. IT and legal organizations continue to struggle defining the role of backup while courts continue to debate whether the inaccessible argument stands. In these rough waters one of the most important things in-house counsel and IT can do is to work together to define and understand the new role of backup.

      Symantec welcomes IT and legal professionals to attend as our panel of experts discuss four key elements of backup and archiving:

      Backup is for Recovery, Archiving is for Discovery: Sean Regan will review how the legal process changed the way we use and view backup technology in the enterprise.

      Accessible or Inaccessible: Hear from Judge Ron Hedges about the current state of the accessibility argument and how courts evaluate a safe harbor claim.

      Backup and Archive Retention Policies: David Isom, the founder and co-chair of Greenberg Traurig's national eDiscovery & eRetention Practice Group will review the Phillip Adams case and the role retention and information management policies play.

      Archiving and Backup: Annie Goranson, Symantec’s Discovery Attorney will discuss where corporate counsel needs to insert itself in the backup and archiving discussion.

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    • Draft Superhuman to Super-Humane
      Draft Superhuman to Super-Humane Annie Lawler Recorded: Jun 15 2010 9:00 am UTC 29 mins
    • These days, we’re encouraged to be on the go 24/7 and the pace at which we lead life is amazing. This situation has been encouraged in our society in numerous ways. Our focus is often on money and material possessions, but as our standards of living are increasing, we are tied into greater debt to support it and this can become more of a millstone than an asset. In short, modern culture encourages us to be Superhuman and because of this, we are influenced to set ourselves impossible targets. When we fail to reach these, we become dissatisfied, unhappy and self-critical. The concept of Super-Humanity is to free ourselves of the need to be Superhuman, starting with unconditional acceptance of ourselves, those around us and our world. One of the key words is 'BALANCE'. As a culture at the moment, I believe we’re out of it, in more ways than one!! This Webcast is your introduction to creating greater calm, focus and confidence in your life so that you can create the life and happiness you seek.

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