Software-as-a-Service

SaaS Technology Supports Virtual Data Room (VDR) Offerings for Mergers and Acquisition Markets

November 12, 2008 // 1 Comment

Having participated in several large mergers and acquisitions in my career, I am very familiar with the burdens associated with managing the massive amounts of paper required to complete due diligence requirements. And, having spent the last 24 months investigating SaaS based technologies and applying them to the eDiscovery market, […]

Pay-Per-Use Litigation Software Pricing Model in 2008 is Not a Game Changer, it is a Requirement

September 2, 2008 // 1 Comment

I have been following with some amount of amazement, the litigation industry buzz around Guidance Software’s August 20, 2008 announcement that they are going to begin to offer a pay-per-use pricing option for their EnCase® eDiscovery platform. Don’t get me wrong, I think that it is a great idea. However, […]

SaaS Offers Ease-of-User, Low Cost and Less Onerous IT Demands for eDiscovery

July 25, 2008 // 1 Comment

For anyone in the Litigation Services market that is interested in learning more about Software-as-as-Service (SaaS) technology and understanding how it can have a profound impact on how you store and deliver Discovery, I recommend reading an article titled “Litigation ‘Software as a Service’ (SaaS) Arrives“, by Gene Albert, posted […]

Proactive Enterprise eDiscovery Should be a Standard Business Practice

January 18, 2008 // 0 Comments

With the changes in the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure at the end of 2006 along with the subsequent and associated sanctions and law suites, corporations that face litigation on a fairly regular basis should consider treating proactive ediscovery as a standard operating processes vs. a series of discrete events. […]

Will SaaS Ligitation Support Tools Change the Litigation Vendor Landscape?

December 12, 2007 // 0 Comments

In a recent article about SaaS Litigiation Support Tools on Law.com, Brett Burney writes that the new generation of online tools such as Lexbe and ImageDepot that are delivered under the new architecture called Software-as-a-Service are an appealing alternative to the standard more expensive and combursome solutions such as Summation […]

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