Articles in: EDiscovery

Legaltech 2018

A Year of Acronyms

AI, GDPR, and IoT at Legaltech 2018

As promised, Legaltech 2018 was another week full of the hottest legal trends presented by the hottest names in the industry. Although many eDiscovery mainstays received plenty of attention, a few new […]

Curing the eDiscovery Headache

Why the EDRM should be cut in half

Of all the hurdles that come with litigation, eDiscovery may be one of the worst. Although the relevant amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure came about in 2006, organizations are […]

Why the journey of self-discovery may be easier than managing your enterprise data

e-discovery vs Self-discovery

Why the journey of self-discovery may be easier than managing your enterprise data

New Year’s resolutions have us all trying to be better people. And it stinks. But I think it might be easier than preparing an enterprise for litigation, so I put that to […]

Are the built-in eDiscovery features of O365 robust enough for a large enterprise? Why or why not?

O365 Webinar: eDiscovery for the Large Enterprise

Are the built-in eDiscovery features of O365 robust enough for a large enterprise? Why or why not?

As a follow-up to the recent Microsoft Office 365 governance webinar we hosted with PwC, we’re answering some of the audience questions we got during the live event. For more question and […]

The unlikely connection between Game of Thrones and unified eDiscovery

eDiscovery: Stark Contrasts

The unlikely connection between Game of Thrones and unified eDiscovery

WARNING: This blog post contains minor Game of Thrones spoilers. It is highly recommended that anyone reading should first watch every season in its entirety. If you are past season 1, you are probably fine, but it is still recommended to catch up. And let’s be honest; at this point you should probably be all in or all out, given that it’s been on for 6 years already!

Why the eDiscovery industry needs to do an about-face

eDiscovery: Complexity Doesn’t Mean Perfection

Why the eDiscovery industry needs to do an about-face

One of the most common frustrations in the eDiscovery industry today is the needless level of complexity. If you were to poll industry veterans – professionals who speak the same lingo and […]