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eDJ Brief: Redgrave Data

I met with Dave Lewis (Chief Scientific Officer) and Mark Noel (CIO) to explore Redgrave Data since its launch in January by five well known eDiscovery experts. Defining Redgrave Data Our industry is filled with technology and service companies spun off from successful law firms. Despite the name and law firm partnership, none of Redgrave Data’s founders came from Redgrave LLP to form the new [...]

By |October 4th, 2022|Categories: Essay|0 Comments

eDJ Brief: ALTorney.com

I caught up with Rachi and Shimmy Messing after my failed attempt to reach ILTACON to hear about their new venture ALTorney.com, a cloud marketplace to connect document reviewers with clients. This is the first of many rescheduled briefing reports. I hope that you enjoy the expanded content and quotes created through the KnowNow meeting features. So what is ALTorney? Rachi and Shimmy Messing are [...]

By |September 8th, 2022|Categories: Provider, United States, Corporate, Essay, Firm, Services, Review|0 Comments

Airlines: J-I-T = Instability

Warning - non-eDiscovery and possible rant follows I was really looking forward to ILTACON 2022. I invested days scheduling and preparing to transform my usual hectic briefings into truly ‘Well Formed Meetings’ using KnowNow to research and build focused, purposeful agendas with 20+ market leading companies over two days.  As a frequent business traveler I understand how Monday’s severe weather caused more than 8,000 flight delays [...]

By |August 25th, 2022|Categories: Essay|2 Comments

ILTACON 2022 – Take Two

My birthday present? 12 hours of airport frustration trying to get to ILTACON until United fessed up that everything going east was cancelled. Now staying over to Thursday when I eventually join you all late tomorrow. Who knows, the chaos factor may give me floor and social time? See you all as soon as the weather and airlines allow.

By |August 22nd, 2022|Categories: Essay|0 Comments

RelativityOne Looking Upstream – No More User Fees

In Q4, Relativity is dropping the per user license fees (~$100/month/user) for new and renewing RelativityOne customers. They are also rolling the Relativity Legal Hold into the existing data tier license model. I asked Relativity what is driving this change and how the market should interpret it ahead of the announcement. Relativity indicated that the primary drivers were the rapid growth of RelativityOne law firm [...]

By |August 22nd, 2022|Categories: Essay|2 Comments

ILTACON 2022 – Briefing Overload and Sessions to Catch

Thank you all for officially overbooking my 48 hours of ILTACON. I wanted to share all the great sessions that I now cannot attend and ask you to send me your pics, highlights, notes and open questions for my post-show blogs. After years of sorting through biz cards I have finally joined the electronic contact age. Wave me down with your phone out and I [...]

By |August 18th, 2022|Categories: Essay|0 Comments

Citizen Developers – eDiscovery Nightmare?

Understanding Microsoft’s vision and roadmap has been one of my greatest challenges at KnowNow. The key has been #Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella’s pivot to the cloud and Microsoft 365 as infrastructure. Nadella laid out his vision of ‘Citizen Developers’ using Low Code/No Code (LCNC) tools to create business applications in his 2017 book, Hit Refresh. eDiscovery tools and practitioners are already struggling to keep up [...]

By |August 8th, 2022|Categories: Platform, Essay, Content Management, ESI Sources|0 Comments

My Last Startup – Know-Now.io

I launched my first tech startup in 1988. In the decades since I have been part of many others with various degrees of success and failure. During the Pandemic Pause, my mentor Skip Walter recruited me for one last ride to deliver eDiscovery analytics to knowledge artisans, the digital ronin of the gig economy. Know-now has evolved into a personal, portable knowledge management portal that [...]

By |August 1st, 2022|Categories: Essay|0 Comments

Secret Service Self Preservation?

Legal hold notification and custodial manual preservation of potential evidence was standard practice before complex digital systems became the primary sources. Many companies still rely on ‘do not delete’ hold instructions for mobile devices and cloud systems lacking central search, hold and collection capabilities. This approach may be appropriate in low-risk civil matters without any known bad actors or possible criminal elements. I cannot imagine [...]

See You at ILTACON 2022?

I continue to slowly getting back into the conference circuit and will be covering ITLACON 2022. So I am scheduling provider briefings and peer discussions for at least August 23-24 so far. Grab a slot or shoot me a note if you prefer to just chat after hours. And guess what Reveal-Brainspace delivered as a 6-month present for spending some time in their booth? Just [...]

By |July 19th, 2022|Categories: Essay|0 Comments

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