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IBM to Acquire StoredIQ

| December 19, 2012

StoredIQ Acquisition Provides Major Upgrade in Capabilities for IBM in Advanced Information Governance ARMONK, N.Y., Dec. 19, 2012 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ — IBM IBM +0.13% today announced it has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire StoredIQ Inc., a privately held company based in Austin, Texas. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed. StoredIQ will advance IBM’s […]

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eDSG Study of the Global 250 indicates that CIOs are Focused on Legal Hold and Collection of Evidence Throughout the Enterprise over the Next 12 Months

| September 24, 2012

As enterprise content that may potentially be evidence and therefore relevant to eDiscovery resides not only in conventional, structured storage like email and SharePoint, but also increasingly in social media, unmanaged share drives, external file sharing services and individual laptops, smart phones and tablets, Chief Information Officers (CIOs) in collaboration with General Counsel are now […]

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$1.2 Billion eDiscovery Market by 2014

| October 11, 2010

A press release as posted on Marketwire on October 11, 2010, indicates that a very recent study by The Radicati Group, titled, “eDiscovery Market, 2010-2104”, predicts that the eDiscovery market will reach $1.2 billion in sales by 2014. This is considerably less than the $2.8 billion market size for 2009 as indicated in the The […]

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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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Another Perspective on LegalTech New York 2009

| February 9, 2009

As a follow-up to my February 4, 2009 post on LegalTech New York 2009 titled, “LegalTech New York 2009 Update“, I am adding the following post from February 3, 2009 on’s Legal Technology Blog, Titled, “LegalTech New Year“. The review points out, as I did in my initial posting, that Early Case Assessment (ECA) […]

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Another Round of eDiscovery Technology Enhancements as Vendors Stampede Towards Single Source Solutions

| August 27, 2008

Although it is not the purpose of The eDiscovery Paradigm Shift to track litigation technology vendors and thier most recent releases, it appears that there has been a recent flurry of announcements regarding either the enhancement of early collection or the addition of further Early Case Assessment (ECA) analysis that futher enforce my contention that […]

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