E-discovery News & Analysis
| Wednesday Nov 27, 2013
Manufacturing and “heavy industry” have much in common with respect to their enterprise content management (ECM) habits, and comparing your own organization against a wider peer group may help get you out of the status quo rut you may be in.
| Thursday Nov 14, 2013
Your email is blowing up. Your phone is buzzing. You are not even done with your commute and you've already lined up two conference calls, a chat session and a cooperative exchange of Google Docs. You know you are forgetting something so you flip to your to-do list app, then your calendar, then back to your to-do list. And finally you remember that it’s in your reminder app. You want to throw your phone out of your car but you are also terrified of that thought because your phone is your office when you’re away from your desk.
| Monday Sep 16, 2013
Are you still struggling with the records management problems of 1998? You're not alone.
| Friday Aug 9, 2013
Some dirty water, a little clam chowder (hopefully those aren’t connected) and the SPTechCon.
Boston is home to the 10th SharePoint Technology Conference next week, and we’ll be there Monday Tweeting (@cmswire, #SPTechCon) and reporting. The conference, put on by BZ Media LLC, runs from Aug. 11-14 at the Sheraton Boston Hotel.
| Thursday Aug 8, 2013
It doesn't take a genius to see that Microsoft is making a major shift to the cloud.
| Monday Jul 8, 2013
In today’s fast-paced business environment, companies are increasingly permitting their employees to use their own devices, such as smart phones and iPads, to perform business functions. Known as Bring Your Own Device (BYOD), this trend has revolutionized employee work habits.
| Monday Jul 1, 2013
We have already seen that the current e-discovery market is characterized by consolidation and the emergence of a number of very large vendors. In spite of this, Garter’s Magic Quadrant for this space is still extremely competitive with 23 vendors overall, and nine in the Leader’s quadrant. The Leaders, we have also seen, can cover just about any aspect of information management from discovery to storage or retrieval.
| Thursday Jun 27, 2013
For anyone that had doubts about the volatility of the e-discovery market, Gartner’s Magic Quadrant for e-Discovery should put those doubts to bed. In the coming two years the number of firms claiming to offer e-discovery products or services will plunge by 25%, while the market will be characterized by consolidation, with the emergence of a handful of large vendors.
| Tuesday Jun 4, 2013
For some regulated industries like finance, social business can become a social headache. To lessen that headache, Actiance’s Vantage flagship product for compliance management of all social business channels provides audits, content inspection and archiving, and now the company is out with its 2013 version.
| Wednesday May 29, 2013
While the promise of predictive coding is alluring, many questions remain for corporations and law firms: Where does the software end and the importance of workflow begin? Are companies using it successfully? Is the technology well-suited for all types of legal matters?
| Wednesday May 22, 2013
Unless data security is a fundamental concern that is considered and communicated at the start of each e-Discovery project, any small gap can quickly become a serious information management risk.
| Monday Apr 15, 2013
It all starts with a “discovery program framework” -- which is just a glorified checklist. But it’s proven to be one heck of a useful checklist for those organizations who are addressing litigation readiness, compliance and e-Discovery.
| Monday Mar 18, 2013
If you live in the Northeast, odds are that you looked out your window a couple of weeks ago and saw snow falling from the sky. Parts of the region were buried under more than three feet of the white stuff, paralyzing the population. The bright side of any blizzard is that the snow, no matter how much, eventually melts away. The same is not the case for email.
| Thursday Mar 7, 2013
e-Discovery is normally thought of as a legal process related to the identification, gathering, analysis and transfer of data (e.g., documents and email) for lawsuits and other legal matters but though that is true, e-Discovery is at its core, a risk management issue.
| Thursday Feb 7, 2013
Quantum Discovery, a specialist in providing e-Discovery services to the legal industry, is acquiring Indiana-based litigation support services provider Preferred Imaging. The company says this purchase expands its national scope and also “solidifies” its Midwestern position.