Monthly Archives: May 2019

The Big Four – Auditors or Consultants?

Over the decades I have worked with the Big Four Accounting firms in a variety of roles. Heck, some folks in the firms used to refer me to their audit clients that needed eDiscovery/IG process and system consulting.  The line between auditor, accountant and other professional services was simpler before the firms started buying or building eDiscovery service bureaus.  Given the volume based industry [...]

How to Offend Your Hosts During An Interview

Back at LTNY in February I put the word out that I was going to relaunch  I pushed back briefings, webinars and interview requests with the “when it is live” excuse.  When Joe Bartolo and Bard Schaffel asked to interview me for their  EDRM podcast series, I ‘thought’ that surely I would have the new site live by then.  So most of you [...]

By |2019-05-14T09:47:54-05:00May 13th, 2019|Analytics, Essay, Privacy, Academic, Market|0 Comments

Meet Your Editor – Greg Buckles

CSI Days Way back in 1989 I escaped Rice University with a bachelors degree in Chemistry and a burning passion for forensics. I started as a Criminalist for the Houston Police Department and volunteered for all of the dirty jobs that got me out of the lab and into the field. For a while I was that eager young fellow assigned to nasty meth [...]

By |2019-05-06T17:08:31-05:00May 6th, 2019|Essay|0 Comments

eDJ – How did we get here?

To understand the aspirational purpose of the new eDiscovery Journal it helps to understand how we got here. Way back in the late 1990's litigation support and eDiscovery was just getting started. There were not many of us wrestling with the first versions of Summation, iConect, Encase and IPRO imaging. Duane Lites started the Litsupport Yahoo Group where we lonely pioneers helped each other [...]

By |2019-05-06T17:03:45-05:00May 6th, 2019|Essay|1 Comment

The New eDiscovery Journal Needs Your Perspective

So why have I spent months developing yet another Word Press blog site?  The site was designed for commercial publication of our market analyst team’s research and perspective.  It did not allow the broader community to comment, post questions and participate other than our surveys.  The new eDiscovery Journal is meant to be an interactive hub for perspectives (essays), collaboration (comments) and research [...]

By |2019-05-06T17:01:12-05:00May 6th, 2019|Essay|0 Comments
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