Monthly Archives: January 2013

Recognizing progressive providers of eDiscovery software

Since its relatively recent inception, the eDiscovery software market has become incredibly competitive in a short period of time. As more developers continue to release a broader range of options, many experts are concerned that congestion in the market will lead to more confusion among businesses seeking out the solutions. However, competition most often leads […]

Study reveals the real categories of eDiscovery costs

With Legal Tech New York right around the corner, proportionality for discovery or as some people like to call it the proportionality doctrine will be top of mind of many in attendance.  Sky-rocketed costs associated with eDiscovery expenses from service providers have garnered poor press with many firms avoiding third-party service providers at all costs. […]

Adapting strategies to complex eDiscovery issues

With 2012 now in the books, most executives are looking to use the lessons learned last year to develop more effective strategies for 2013, especially when it comes to corporate IT. More advances in enterprise technology occurred last year than in decades, and this trend will likely only intensify as the years go on. Business […]

Persistent DMS issues in law firms from perpetuation of the norm

Advances in enterprise IT continue to proliferate at a rapid pace, and law firms are constantly challenges to adopt the most effective tools to ensure security, discovery preparedness and more. These new technological advances come with massive complexities, especially those associated with eDiscovery, predictive coding and storage of electronically stored information (ESI).  However, one new […]

The international eDiscovery quagmire

The need for discovery preparedness has intensified in recent years, as more companies – large and small – continue to fall victim to devastating eDiscovery costs and unfavorable litigation proceedings in the digital sphere. Much of this is the product of a conscious ignorance to the technology and industry at large, which is characterized by […]

Twitter throws a wrench at discovery

Businesses are increasingly turning to social media for a variety of purposes, ranging from simple employee communications to marketing and training. As a result, these website are building vast databases of collected data, leading many IT professionals, executives and legal professionals to become concerns about the security of this information. Many of these fears are […]

Mo’ data, mo’ problems

The discussion around enterprise mobility, cloud computing and the burden of managing big data will be the key storylines for executives, analysts and the corporate IT vendor community in 2013. Those storylines were certainly the main themes coming out of the Gartner Symposium/ITxpo a few weeks ago for the 9,000+ executive attendees in Orlando. Corporations […]