RSSCategory: Conceptual Search

eDiscovery Christmas Wish List

| December 17, 2012

Anyone that has been involved in eDiscovery this past year has witnessed and has had to endure overwhelming increases in the volume of  Electronically Stored Information (ESI), the emergence of Social Media from everywhere, distributive new technologies, judicial confusion, changes in best practices, rising costs, reduced budgets,  increased enterprise expectations and lots of opinions about what […]

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Catalyst Repository Systems Continues Its Successful Journey as a Leading Provider of Cloud-Based eDiscovery Technology

| October 18, 2012

Catalyst has traveled a long and interesting road since John Tredennick, their founder and CEO, spun the company out of Holland & Hart in 2000 after supporting several complex eDiscovery projects within the law firm. Over the past 12 years, Catalyst has continuously improved its eDiscovery technology throughout the eDiscovery lifecycle, processed terabytes of data and hosted thousands of […]

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Evolving Enterprise Standards for Early Case Assessment Software

| September 12, 2012

As a follow-up to my Article titled, “2012 Early Case Assessment Buyer’s Guide” in which I announced and discussed the results of eDSG’s and DCIG’s analysis and ranking of the top 30 Early Case Assessment (ECA) vendors and their technologies, this article provides more insight into what I believe are the criteria for defining a […]

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The Conceptual Search Game is Finally On!!

| June 25, 2010

I have been writing (probably preaching to some) about advanced search technology, the differences between conceptual search and keyword search and the importance of advanced search technology in both the Early Case Assessment (ECA) and document review phases of eDiscovery for the past 3 years. Concept Search Cash Law Emerging Concept Search vs. Keyword […]

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Litigators Need ESI Analytics – Not Boolean Search Tools

| May 24, 2010

This morning as I was enjoying my Monday morning coffee and reviewing the latest “Blog postings and press releases” in eDiscovery, I came across an article highlighting a research study published by AIIM on March 29, 2010, titled, “Users Need Content Research Tools, Not Basic Search Tools” that indicated users are more interested in finding […]

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Become an eDiscovery Superhero with Conceptual Search and Categorization Technology

| March 29, 2010

I grew up watching Batman and Robin on a really small black and white TV and reading Superman comic books. And, I have really enjoyed the resurgence of the Batman movie series. Given this fondness for superheros, I wanted to post a recent paper entitled, “Become an ESI Superhero” by Herbert L. Roitblat, Ph.D. of […]

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Web 3.0 in eDiscovery

| December 20, 2009

Over the past year I have been following discussions about Web 3.0, the next generation of the Internet. And, even though my wife is yelling at me to get ready to go Christmas shopping, I wanted to get this Blog posting done today as I believe that Web 3.0 is going to have a profound […]

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Early Case Assessment (ECA) Should be Emerging as a Best Practice

| November 3, 2009

With no end in sight to the accellerating volume of Electronically Stored Information (ESI), the associated increase in the amount of eDiscovery work required to prepare for litigation and the resulting dramatic increase in the cost, Early Case Assessment (ECA) is beginning to emerge as a fundemental “Best Practice” in most eDiscovery projects. However, why […]

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The New Generation of eDiscovery Search

| February 12, 2009

The New Generation of eDiscovery Search technology train is getting ready to leave the station. However, after walking the tradeshow floors and attending many of the breakout sessions at last weeks LegalTech in New York, it is obvious that there is a tremendous amount of confusion regarding the definition and scope of the New Generation […]

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2009 eDiscovery Predictions and Trends

| January 4, 2009

In the process of completing my research to write my first annual 2009 eDiscovery Predictions and Trends, I came across an excellent guest Blog post titled “2009 Predictions and Trends” on the e-Discovery Team Blog by Sonya Sigler, General Counsel and V.P. of Business Development at Cataphora, Inc. And although this will not replace my […]

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