Love the first-person perspective on being ordered back to work. “No.” Hubbard also lays out a pretty good set of requirements for companies to keep remote work sustainable. The key seems to be building and keeping open communications going between management and remote professionals.
Nice breakdown of all the annoying and non-professional post types and why LinkedIn is no longer an actual professional networking site. I have to admit that I mainly use it as a dynamic address book to track all my highly mobile peers. Thanks to @SkipWalter for the link.
Amongst the rest of Wendell’s 2022 eDiscovery trends is the Pandemic WFH driven explosion of online meeting content. Since the beginning of the pandemic, Zoom has grown from 10M to 300M daily users and Teams from 20M to 250M+ monthly users. My best recovering-analyst interpretation of this growth and Zoom’s recent slump is that Zoom’s usability gave them the edge in the B2C market [...]
Just a quick update as MSFT continues to consolidate storage architectures and change defaults. Per Roadmap 84580 this change will be rolled out next month. I rarely see legal holds issued for meetings that occurred within the last 2 months, so conservative or regulated companies should extend the default retention period for TMRs to match your current base retention period. I am sure that [...]
Yet another acquisition in the accelerating consolidation of the eDiscovery market space. In this case there is some functional overlap offset by clear differentiation in solution strengths. In my opinion, both players peaked early in the eDiscovery market and were being left behind until recently. Maybe the ParkerGale Capital money and guidance will forge a real competitor to the evolving Relativity-Reveal-Exterro battle royal. For [...]
Slack, Teams, Asana, Trello, Google Chat and other collaboration platform adoption has exploded in the pandemic driven remote work renaissance of 2020. Trading Platforms asserts that Teams daily active user count grew by over 93% since April 2020. 93%. Teams and other M365 sources can be preserved in place with some notable gaps. Onna is a cloud archiving player with a wide array of [...]
Although it appears that the jury will hear about the defendants bad acts, I am disappointed that the court declined the harsher subsection (e)(2) because the plaintiffs did not have evidence of intent. This ruling could temp corporations to ‘lose’ encryption keys rather than deal with evidence. I bet that if you had all the various communications between the key players you would find [...]
Reveal-Brainspace continues to make traction with eDiscovery service providers. Onboarding 25 new partners in a single quarter speaks volumes and requires a mature partnership engine. UnitedLex was a Relativity Best in Service partner as recently as 2016. In fact, they are still a Relativity Certified Partner. With large discovery matters lasting 2-4 years, most clients prefer to let them age off a platform rather [...]
In our Agile sprint driven cloud platform world major release versions usually deliver brand new workflows, UI changes or architecture updates. The Reveal 10.1 release notes detail a lot of relatively small changes aimed at improving usability and review performance. As a former product manager, I would have called this Reveal 9.3, but point releases tend to get lost in the marketing noise. While [...]
Just a quick congratulations to my friends Jonathan Maas and Rob Robinson for the new partnership with Project Counsel Media. There is a lot of noise and marketing fluff filling your inbox and social media feeds these days. My goal with eDJ News Briefs was to add perspective to high value items, very similar to what Jonathan has been doing with his BONG report. [...]