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With Unstructured Data, Information Governance Hits a Blindspot: SurveyApril 25th, 2016
ZL Technologies Software Looks to Tame Unruly World of Dark, Unstructured DataApril 22nd, 2016
The ‘Discovery of Things’: How the IoT Affects FRCP, Data AccessApril 21st, 2016
ZL Technology E-discovery Updates Tackle Pervasive Industry Menace: Data ClutterFebruary 11th, 2016
Anxiety Remains for U.S. Businesses Despite New EU Data AgreementFebruary 5th, 2016
From ABBYY to ZL Technologies: What’s in a Name, Part IIDecember 9th, 2011
Despite companies’ awareness of the importance of IG programs, many lack the insight and control over much of their employee-produced data. To read the full article, please visit Legaltech News. To download the pdf version of this article, please click here.
For any legal practice or team, managing and tracking electronic communications is not just necessary aspect of any litigation, it is a crucial aspect of delivering business value and compliance. But what of the data alongside this communication, the furtive information that makes up dark data and the files outside databases? In an effort to […]
While the discovery is tasked with becoming more proportional, the ever growing mounds of novel and legally questionable data are creating pressing challenges. To read the full article, please visit Legaltech News. To download the pdf version, please click here.
The new version of ZL Unified Archives aims to make it easier for attorneys to shift through data and adapt the program better to their workflows. To read more: Legaltech News. To download a PDF version of this article, click here.
The new EU-U.S. data transfer agreement and changing EU data laws do little to alleviate concerns. Read more: Legaltech News To download a PDF version of this article, click here.
Who knew how many legal technology companies had such unusual names? Due to the seemingly limitless possibilities, we’ve revisited my “What’s in a Name” article from September. Like the companies in the first story, many here found their original names to be too constraining; some looked to mythology for inspiration. One turned to the Sino-Tibetan […]