Discovery

Analytics in the Cloud: No Hardware, No Coding, No Punch Cards

Data analysis has come a long way. The British Census of 1911 was the first to use automatic data processing…

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Breaking News: Blockbuster Sanctions Order Spotlights the Importance of eDiscovery Competence

A federal magistrate judge issued a stunning sanctions order last week in HM Electronics v. R.F. Technologies against multiple defendants…

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The California eDiscovery Ethics Opinion: 9 Steps to Competency

California recently finalized and published its first formal eDiscovery opinion identifying nine (9) core competency issues. The comprehensive nature of…

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5 Ways to Simplify eDiscovery

Many organizations are failing at keeping up with their unstructured data. Legal and IT are finding themselves dealing with unmanaged…

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The Next Toughest eDiscovery Projects in the World

What are the world’s toughest eDiscovery projects? Though we recently explored another undeniably worthy candidate, many counsel would surely nominate…

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Empowering Government with a Digital Agenda

Like private businesses, governments are driven by information. Consider the amount of information associated with a single citizen: a birth…

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Beware of the Trendy Archive Solution

Technology is moving so fast that even the staunchest CIO and IT professional can feel overwhelmed. Information governance has dramatically changed…

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Uncovering Your Data’s Hidden Meaning

Information is the new currency and in the world of enterprise software, the ability to manage, analyze, and understand your…

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Heat Wave: Summer Momentum for OpenText Analytics

Summertime, and the livin’ is easy, Gershwin’s famous song tells us. The lengthening days may beckon people to relax and…

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The Toughest eDiscovery Projects in the World

What are the world’s toughest eDiscovery projects? Those who know might just nominate Hart Scott Rodino (HSR) Second Requests, known…

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So Many Words for Snow: Prioritized Review for Multiple Languages

It is a common linguistic myth that Eskimo languages have over 50 words for snow. It isn’t actually true, though.…

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ECM Migrations: A Chance to Save Money and Improve User Experience

Let’s face it – Enterprise Content Management (ECM) and Archiving Systems get old. The technology has been around for a…

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Continuous Learning In Predictive Coding: More Than Just Nomenclature

I am not a car person, but I know I want airbags. They are required safety features. They are an…

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Ending the Debate on TAR Seed Sets

In the wake of Judge Peck’s recent Rio Tinto opinion on technology assisted review, the ediscovery blogosphere has been repeatedly…

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Digital Disruption: The Forces of Data Driven Smart Apps [Part 3]

Editor’s note: Shaku Atre (right, at our Data Driven Summit last December) is the founder and managing partner of the Atre Group,…

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Breaking News: Judge Peck Does It Again, Issues New Predictive Coding Case

He’s done it again. U.S. Magistrate Judge Andrew Peck is at the center of the eDiscovery universe with a new…

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eDiscovery Investigation Techniques – Proving the Negative

Proving that something didn’t happen is hard to do. Some would argue that it is impossible to prove a negative.…

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Achieving ROI from Enterprise Archiving: Part 2 – The Rush to the Cloud

 As organizations look to stem the tide of content growth and the ever-increasing sources to manage, they have been taking…

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Welcome Informative Graphics Corporation!

Today is a very exciting day for our customers as we announce the acquisition of Informative Graphics Corporation (IGC). Having…

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Experience Matters in Omni-Channel Commerce

[This article was also published in CMS Wire.] Experience matters in Omni-Channel Commerce, both the Customer Experience and the software…

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