Monthly Archives: December 2021

eDJ Brief: Knovos

It has been a while since I caught up with my friend Joe Bartolo. Knovos has evolved from their service provider roots (Capital Novus) into a broad, diverse legal technology company. Despite Relativity’s dominance of the large matter review market, mid-market players like Knovos seem to be gaining traction with usable, focused products that meet specific customer requirements. eDiscovery functionality, performance and innovation can [...]

100% Retention as a Knowledge Strategy – Case Study

The majority of corporate professional knowledge workers shifted to remote or hybrid working in 2020. Working from home has challenged many HR, legal and compliance departments to adapt their policies and acceptable use guidelines. Video online meetings and continuous chat channels are essential tools to keep internal/external teams virtually connected. Prior to the pandemic, most of my clients viewed meeting recordings and multi-party chat [...]

Words You Do Not Want to Hear at Checkout

Warning: Humorous content having nothing to do with legal technology. There I was standing masked at my small bank trying to make my end of year retirement contribution and related transactions. I like my little bank and know most of the staff. I did not want to go inside but knew that shouting instructions through the drive thru speakers would be worse. Or so [...]

By |2021-12-27T14:23:56-06:00December 27th, 2021|Essay|0 Comments

Vacation Musings While Disconnected

A couple times a year I slip the electronic tether to float weightlessly in the infinite blue sea, bringing home memories and photos of another world. Most long term eDiscovery peers have developed similar mechanisms to cope with the stress and information overload inherent in our profession. The sheer relief I experienced being disconnected from my flood of email, posts, articles, books, chats, meetings, [...]

By |2021-12-06T16:25:41-06:00December 6th, 2021|Essay|0 Comments
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