This isn’t tied to a particular article, but just current events.
There’s a big furor over Hillary’s use of a private server for her email. She says she turned over the ones that were related to State. Others have doubts.
If any one of a number of IT vendors were granted access to the server it self, they could quickly run software that would groups the emails on the server by categories — without human intervention. No need to deal with the confidentiality concerns at that level. But State-related correspondence would be quickly separated from wedding-related emails and her mother’s funeral, and reports run. And the content protected.
Would this type of quick look quiet some of the voices and suspicion?