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New Generation eDiscovery Software Increases Knowledge Worker Productivity and Enables Defensible Data Destruction

| December 7, 2012

In today’s information based world economy, Electronically Stored Information (ESI) is the new lifeblood that enterprises use to power mission-critical operations and drive strategic business decisions. Stored in multiple geographic locations across the world in different file formats across multiple technologies and growing exponentially every day, management of ESI has become a major operational challenge […]

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Daegis Enters the Computer Assisted eDiscovery Race as the Legal Market Reaches the Tipping Point

| October 19, 2012

Daegis, a leading provider of eDiscovery software and services, has joined the rush to Computer Assisted eDiscovery and announced the launch of its Apache Hadoop-based Technology Assisted Review (TAR) solution known as Acumen.   According to Daegis, Acumen is designed to reduce the high costs associated with document review while increasing accuracy and defensibility. Fully integrated […]

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Exterro Jumps into the Computer Assisted eDiscovery Race with Support for Full eDiscovery Lifecycle

| October 17, 2012

Exterro, the leading provider of unified electronic discovery software, has announced the addition of Computer Assisted eDiscovery to the Exterro Fusion® eDiscovery suite. Fusion Predictive Intelligence™ allows legal teams to apply machine intelligence for the identification and categorization of electronically stored information (ESI) across the EDRM, from pre-collection through review. This latest advancement, now available in Fusion […]

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Gartner Predicts eDiscovery Market at $1.5 Billion by 2013

| May 23, 2011

Gartner announced their inaugural “magic quadrant” for the E-Discovery (eDiscovery) software market on May 13, 2011 and predicted that this market would reach $1.5 Billion in revenue by 2013. Having lobbied and pleaded my case with Gartner many times over the course of my career in enterprise software, I am very well aware of the […]

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eDiscovery Integration Platforms are Maturing

| July 14, 2010

In a Blog post on July 14, 2010 by Bill Ives titled, “eDiscovery Market Consolidates but Integration Remains a Challenge”, Mr. Ives quotes a recent report titled “eDiscovery Market Consolidation Continues Its Steady March,“ from Brian Hill at Forrester, “…that recent survey results indicate that 60% of records management stakeholders and 57% of message archiving […]

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Will Kroll Ontrack Survive or Open the Market to Newer, Better and Less Expensive Solutions?

| June 10, 2010

Earlier this week, Marsh & McLennan (M&M) announced the sale of Kroll, its computer forensics division which last year generated $678 million in revenue. Kroll is being acquired by Altegrity, an investigative services company which is owned by Providence Equity. Financed by Apollo Investment Services and Goldman Sachs, the acquisition price is $1.13 billion. The […]

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The Era of the Megalith in College Football and eDiscovery

| June 9, 2010

As a fanatic Boise State Football fan, I have had enough on my plate the past couple of days trying to sort out which of the new megalithic conferences that my beloved Boise State Football team is going to end up in. Looks like the new PAC 16 will take what they want from the […]

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eDiscovery Data Mapping Should be a Top Priority for General Counsel and CIOs within the Global 2000

| May 11, 2010

A key aspect and legal requirement of eDiscovery is the creation of a data map to determine precisely what information is available within an organization and where it resides. This is a process that should begin long before a company ever finds itself in court. Surprisingly, over the past 2 years, I haven’t found more […]

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Evidence Lifecycle Management

| August 11, 2008

I had to the opportunity this past week to speak with Steve Liley, the Founder, President and CEO of WorkProducts and get an update on the current status of his Evidence Lifecycle Management (ELM) appliance. The discussion was prompted in part from my recent post titled, “eDiscovery Confounds Companies and Their Lawyers” and several other […]

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