Discovery

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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When is a Copy Not a Copy? Court Cuts up to 90% of Claimed eDiscovery Copy Costs

In this hilarious dramatization of a deposition proceeding, an attorney attempts to pin down a witness’s definition of the term…

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Lessons Learned from the Top eDiscovery Cases and Trends from 2014

The adage that law turns slowly does not hold in eDiscovery. This year saw unprecedented sanction awards for falling behind…

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Court Endorses “Computer-Assisted Privilege Review” in Rule 502(d) Order

In a new development on the predictive coding front, a federal court just issued an order under Federal Rule of…

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Where Is the Data You Visualize?

Remember how BI companies used to market big data a few years ago? Most of them just connected to a…

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