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Recommind Appoints SaaS Veteran Steve King as Chief Executive Officer

| September 11, 2015

SAN FRANCISCO, CA — (Marketwired) — 09/11/15 — Recommind, a leader in advanced analytics software, today announced the appointment of Steve King as Chief Executive Officer. A key member of Recommind’s Board of Directors for the past five years, King is the former president and CEO of DocuSign, a pioneer in eSignatures and the global […]

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Where is Stonebranch Workload Automation Now?

| August 3, 2015

Back in 2012 Gartner  named Stonebranch, one of the industries leading Workload Automation Specialists as a Visionary in their Magic Quadrant for Workload Automation, 2012.  It is well known that vendors in the Visionary quadrant are innovators that excel with highly differentiated solutions, introducing a radical new approach to the market. In 2014, Gartner named Stonebranch […]

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| June 8, 2015

More Often than not, small business seems to think that new technology is out of reach. However, in today’s world of cloud computing, Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) and subscription based pricing, there is very little “new” technology that is “out of the reach” of small business owners and operators.  In fact, in many cases, due to the […]

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Elastic Acquires Packetbeat: the First Real-Time, Open Source Network Packet Analytics Solution

| May 28, 2015

MOUNTAIN VIEW, CA and AMSTERDAM, THE NETHERLANDS — (Marketwired) — 05/27/15 — Elastic, the company behind the popular open source projects Elasticsearch, Logstash, and Kibana with more than 20 million downloads, today announced it has acquired Packetbeat, a real-time network packet analytics solution built natively on Elastic’s technology stack, as well as unveiled a new open source framework called Beats for anyone to […]

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CloudNine Announces Unlimited Processing Subscription Plans

| April 13, 2015

Houston, TX (PRWEB) April 13, 2015 eDiscovery leader CloudNine™ today announces new subscription plans for a limited time that include unlimited native processing at no additional charge for data hosted in CloudNine’s review platform. Subscription plans start at $900 per month and include unlimited automated native processing as well as an allocated amount of data […]

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Financial Services Industry to Benefit from Software Automation

| September 9, 2014

On September 4, 2014, Michael Moore posted a really interesting interview with Richard Muirhead, CEO of Automic on the Computer Business Review website (, titled, “Q+A – HOW CAN BANKS BENEFIT FROM SOFTWARE AUTOMATION?“. The premise of the interview is that CIOs can no longer be sure that the underlying infrastructure they have is fit for purpose […]

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eDiscovery Vendors that Support Information Governance

| June 3, 2014

As a followup to my  May 14, 2014 article titled, “The Next Big Thing in eDiscovery and Information Governance,” I ran a poll the last couple of weeks asking which eDiscovery tool vendors did the best job of also supporting the requirements of Information Governance.  The results, although a bit skewed due to what appears to […]

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The Next Big Thing in eDiscovery and Information Governance

| May 14, 2014

5 years ago, the “Next Big Thing” (NBT) in eDiscovery was Early Case Assessment (ECA).  Over the past 24 months the NBT in eDiscovery has been Predictive Coding.  Today, May 14, 2014, I am going to once again predict that the NBT for eDiscovery over the next 24 months is going to be the merging […]

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eDSG Poll Suggests Current eDiscovery Software is Too Expensive

| April 22, 2014

A recent poll by eDSG run the week of April 14-21, 2014 asking the question, “What aspects of your current eDiscovery / Information Governance Software are you most dissatisfied with?“, suggests that cost is the number one cause of dissatisfaction.  The results of the poll are certainly not “new news” or unique.  However,  I predict […]

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What’s the Big Deal about NoSQL?

| March 31, 2014

Just when we were all getting comfortable with our data (documents for you eDiscovery folks) being stored in nice neat rows along comes Big Data and messes it all up.  Well, “messing it all up” may not be the right description of exactly what Big Data is doing to the world of traditional relational database […]

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