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- April 25th
New eDJ Report: A Starting Point For Mobile Device Discovery
I did not have a chance to attend the Mobile Device Discovery Boot Camp that eDJ’s Greg Buckles ran recently in Los Angeles, but the feedback about the content has been excellent. Moreover, the issues covered – BYOD, mobile device usage policies, collection and preservation of mobile content, processing and production of mobile content – are some of the most asked-about topics we have here at eDJ. It seems to me that the overwhelming penetration of smartphones and mobile devices has organizations reluctantly accepting the fact that mobile device discovery is a critical need right now.
posted at 11:07am on Apr 25th
- March 18th
The eDiscoveryJournal 2013 Research Agenda
Producing eDJ research is a team effort. As always, you can find our latest report on the eDJ Research Reports page of the site. We have a great group of analysts, each of whom has deep knowledge within very specific topic areas. There is a natural synergy between those topics areas and we capture those synergies and tie all eDJ research together into themes. Many clients and readers ask what kind of research we are focusing on, we we pooled our research agendas to create a broader, company-wide one.
posted at 10:27am on Mar 18th
- January 17th
Planet Data to Preview New Exego Review Platform at LegalTech® New York 2013
Planet Data’s CTO, Michael Wade, and additional Planet Data executives, will be available to give private and open house demonstrations.
posted at 12:36pm on Jan 17th
Processing: the blender of e-discovery
Many lawyers and clients don’t understand this expensive phase or its impact One of the most expensive technical portions of e-discovery is something called “processing.” Nontechnical personnel involved in e-discovery, including many lawyers, hav…
posted at 11:15am on Jan 17th
- January 4th
Planet Data to Host eDiscovery Panel at Legal Tech New York 2013
Planet Data will present an eDiscovery panel hosted by CEO Howard J. Reissner and moderated by 451 Research analyst, David Horrigan
posted at 4:42pm on Jan 4th
- December 17th
TAR: Too Soon for Prime Time?
TAR: Too Soon for Prime Time? Are predictive coding advocates prematurely enthusiastic? on LAW.com by Howard J. Reissner
posted at 3:29pm on Dec 17th
- December 6th
Go Buy eDiscovery!
The Scenario Your boss says, “Legal wants eDiscovery, so go buy it for them.” Like a good IT director who understands when he doesn’t know something, you immediately hit the internet to get up to speed before you meet with the legal department. A fast Google search (*search from startpage.com to prevent personalization from affecting results) for “ediscovery” starts off with adds from Barracuda and Google Apps. You think to yourself, “So this eDiscovery thing is related to compliance, archiving and retention policies. Great, I understand those things.” The remainder of the first page is dominated by links to software from Xerox, Symantec, IBM and then some other companies that you do not recognize. “Even better, the big boys will have the best eDiscovery software all packaged up and ready to demo. Always safer to buy from them.”, You conclude. [...]
posted at 9:37am on Dec 6th
- November 6th
kCura Relativity Makes (Small) Moves Into Processing
After floating rumors since January at LegalTech New York, kCura Corp.’s Relativity is getting a processing engine in its latest release set for Nov. 30, Evan Koblentz reports. The new addition is targeted at law firms whose e-discovery processing needs are around the one-gigabyte range. “We brought this point-and-shoot simplicity into processing. It’s fully integrated into Relativity,” said company CEO Andrew Sieja. The software will sell separately from Relativity review. The new version of Relativity, 7.5, will also boast a simpler interface with expanded help files and reordered menus, as well as upgrades to its predictive coding tool, Relativity Assisted Review, including automated reports and set creation, email notifications, a management console and a faster setup. Read the full story on LTN online. Image courtesy of kCura
posted at 7:42pm on Nov 6th
- October 24th
Planet Data Expands East Coast Presence
..Capitalizes on eDiscovery Industry Growth With Two Strategic Hires
posted at 3:00am on Oct 24th
- October 16th
Planet Data a Gold Ambassador at the EDI Leadership Summit
Planet Data will join an exclusive group of Gold Ambassadors at the Electronic Discovery Institute’s 2012 Leadership Summit, one of only nine groups to be given this honor.
posted at 2:41pm on Oct 16th