Discovery

OpenText Expands eDiscovery, Content Analytics, and Cloud with Recommind Acquisition

I am pleased to announce the acquisition of Recommind, Inc., a leading provider of eDiscovery and information analytics solutions that…

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New Dynamo Holdings Opinion Shows the Limits of Cooperation in Predictive Coding

In September 2014, US Tax Court Judge Ronald Buch captured the attention of the e-discovery world with his opinion in…

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“Predictive coding must be the way forward”

The UK’s second landmark order approving the use of Predictive Coding is now public and available for download. BCA Trading…

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Sense-on-the-Dollar: Managed Review with Predictive Coding

Hire Counsel (a managed-service provider and OpenText partner) recently co-presented a webinar with us to discuss their fixed-budget review model…

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Is Pyrrho Bringing the Right Attention to Predictive Coding?

When scrutinizing sketches prior to air time, Saturday Night Live creator (and “Dr. Evil” inspiration) Lorne Michaels has been known…

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Yes, There are Two Paths of Predictive Coding

The UK firm of Page, Plant, Bonham & Jones summed up the Predictive Coding controversy well, and there’s still time…

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Advantage: Analytics LTNY16 Recap

Another year, another speaking track, another chance to move the zeitgeist forward. This year, we decided to focus our sessions…

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The Year is New. Is Predictive Coding 3.0?

To paraphrase some of my favorite dialog from the West Wing, I make it a point never to disagree with…

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Introducing ON DIGITAL-First Fridays

I’m pleased to kick off a new blog series, ON DIGITAL-First Fridays, to complement my latest book, ON DIGITAL. In…

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Enterprise World 2015: It’s All About the People

We believe that our people—our customer, partners, and employees—are core to our value system and our culture. People inspire every…

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“Chat is the New Email” a Webinar Recap

Last week, we hosted a webinar spotlighting the new Bloomberg Chat and audio transcription review capabilities in Axcelerate 5. Hal…

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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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