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Law Firm eDiscovery Technology Adoption Accelerates

By |2020-09-08T04:46:53+00:00September 2nd, 2020|eDiscovery, Technology|

Despite a perception that attorneys remain slow to adopt technology, law firms increasingly embrace eDiscovery solutions. Overcoming, their fear of change and confusion amid numerous options, they are moving forward with eDiscovery technology at an accelerated pace, partly propelled by the current crisis. Indeed, what seemed like a huge task (switching to remote tech) was shown to be both doable and beneficial when we had no other options. The lockdowns and forced changes in working practices showed us that the process of eDiscovery technology adoption could be accelerated. Prior to the pandemic, the global eDiscovery market was expected to grow

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Proactive Approach Eases Mobile eDiscovery Challenges

By |2020-06-15T10:52:56+00:00January 29th, 2020|eDiscovery, Information Governance and Management|

Remember the old days, when eDiscovery involved searching email servers, PCs and shared folders on the network? Mobile technology has changed all of that. Traditional collection methods prove woefully insufficient to address the complexities of today’s information environment. Legal teams must stay up to date to meet mobile eDiscovery challenges. Studies show that 90 percent of today’s workers use mobile devices to conduct business. They check email on their smartphones, handle sales meetings from a laptop or carry out business conversations through messaging. Any of this information may prove relevant in the case of litigation. But several factors make collecting

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Ease the Pain of Public Records Requests with eDiscovery Best Practices

By |2020-06-01T09:20:44+00:00December 5th, 2019|eDiscovery, Information Governance and Management, Technology|

Municipal governments typically field hundreds of public records requests each year. Fulfilling those requests can cost public agencies hundreds of thousands of dollars, in addition to substantial time and frustration. But approaching public records requests with eDiscovery technology streamlines the process and greatly eases the burden. Public Records Laws and eDiscovery Public records requests and eDiscovery refer to two distinct but related processes. Large organizations have dealt with eDiscovery requests for decades. Many of the best practices used by these organizations easily apply to public records requests, as well. In fact, the U.S. Attorney General advised using modern technology to

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Reduce Costs and Respond Quickly with Proactive eDiscovery

By |2020-05-22T04:55:57+00:00July 30th, 2019|eDiscovery, Information Governance and Management, Office 365 and Migration|

When a lawsuit appears likely, litigants typically receive an eDiscovery request. Within a strict deadline, they must deliver all relevant digital information for analysis and review. That data can include documents, emails, text messages, social media posts, databases and much more. Failure to deliver requested information within the time allotted can result in stiff penalties. Proactive eDiscovery makes the process smooth and trouble free. Envision an organization that has implemented the best practices of proactive eDiscovery. Rather than scrambling to find data when a lawsuit looms, they have followed comprehensive information governance strategies. Thus, they can respond to eDiscovery requests

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Ease Compliance, eDiscovery and Storage with Email Archiving Solution

By |2020-05-22T04:30:32+00:00April 17th, 2019|Data Compliance, Email Management Tips|

Office workers globally send and receive over 100 billion emails every day. In addition to the sheer number of emails, many of these messages include attached files. They may also include information that could prove vital in a court case. Email archiving allows organizations to take control of these massive amounts of data. Specific features vary according to the solution provider, but in general, an archiving solution captures email content and stores it in a separate location. Administrators determine what email is archived and how often the archiving occurs. The archived email can retain the same format and file structure

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