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About this time last year I wrapped up research to get insight into real world analytics adoption because I could not find any other objective market data. We ran a short survey (with some flaws) and followed up with roughly 30 interviews across eDJ subscriber groups – corporate, law firm and provider. The 2014 analysis report and survey results were published last November and can be downloaded by members who have participated in a survey within the last month. I ran an update survey (with 5 better questions) in June and published the early results without analysis. When the HALSM group picked analytics as a speaking topic from my list of recent research, I decided that the new survey results deserved another round of interviews to go deeper on the uptick in usage. So I have reopened the survey and will be conducting short interviews up for the next couple of weeks. I don’t expect the trends to change with the additional respondents, but things do move very quickly in eDiscovery, so it will be interesting to see if we can double the data with the interviews.  

Greg Buckles wants your feedback, questions or project inquiries at Greg@eDJGroupInc.com. Contact him directly for a ‘Good Karma’ call. His active research topics include analytics, mobile device discovery, the discovery impact of the cloud, Microsoft’s Office 365/2013 eDiscovery Center and multi-matter discovery. Recent consulting engagements include managing preservation during enterprise migrations, legacy tape eliminations, retention enablement and many more.

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