Draft EDRM Production Standards are available for review and comment, at edrm.net/5920.
Link to press release:Â New Service Automates Collection of Active Data from Network Systems
Arlington, Virginia (January 17, 2008) – ONSITE3(TM), a global provider of litigation support and electronic evidence solutions for law firms and corporations, and Deepdive Technologies(R), a leading provider of automated electronic data discovery solutions, today announced an expanded partnership in conjunction with the availability of ONSITE3’s new Intelligent Collections(TM) service. Powered by Deepdive Technologies, the new service facilitates electronic discovery by automating the collection of electronically stored information from active network systems. Continue reading
Link to press release: Dallas, TX (PRWEB) January 9, 2008 — InterLegis, Inc., a Dallas-based innovator of Web-based litigation technologies, today announced the addition of Visual Analytics review capability to its flagship product, Discovery360â„¢. This is the next evolutionary phase of electronic discovery technology. The company has developed a unique, visual approach as a means to both search and review discovery databases. This new technology offers graphical mapping of the data, making the entire review process easier, faster, and more enjoyable. Continue reading
Link to press release:Â Sterling, VA (OPENPRESS) January 15, 2008 — The Investigative and Litigation Support Services segment of First Advantage Corporation (NASDAQ: FADV), a global risk mitigation and business solutions provider, today announced that it will unveil Global RPMâ„¢, the newly renamed version of its market-leading electronic discovery review tool, at LegalTechÂ® New York 2008. Continue reading
Link to press release:Â Dallas, TX (OPENPRESS) January 3, 2008 — InterLegis, Inc., an innovator of Web-based digital document management services, today announced the release of its latest white paper, â€œUsing â€˜Document Personalitiesâ€™ to Speed Electronic Discovery Reviewâ€ by InterLegis President Kevin Carr. The paper discusses one of the newest methods available today in the evolution of discovery review technology â€“ leveraging document personalities for relationship mining to further streamline and speed the process of review. Continue reading
Link to press release:Â Dallas, TX (PRWEB) January 3, 2008 — InterLegis, Inc., an innovator of Web-based digital document management services, today announced the unique “relationship mining” feature available through Discovery360â„¢, the company’s flagship e-discovery processing, culling and review application. Relationship mining allows users to identify distinctive relationships shared by documents in a collection. Using this new feature, reviewers can retrieve the attributes of any document or document list, quickly finding related documents – those that share relevant “common threads” – with one click of a mouse. Continue reading
In the world of e-discovery there are two distinct teams – the legal team and the technical team – with two distinct perspectives.Â The technical team includes litigation support personnel and legal technology providers.Â The legal team includes attorneys and paralegals.Â These teams share goals. Â The goals are to get through the discovery stage of litigation as completely, quickly, efficiently, and painlessly as possible, while achieving the best possible result for their litigation client….
Link to press release:Â (PRLog.Org) â€“ Dec 17, 2007 â€“ The need for granular, application-aware enterprise content management (ECM) recovery solutions will grow dramatically in 2008 as concerns over compliance and application availability continue to increase according to CYA Technologies, the leading provider of complete granular recovery solutions for ECM systems. Continue reading
With all eyes on the future, smart CIOs are taking a long, hard look at their backup and archiving strategiesâ€”and asking a lot of tough questions.
What data needs to be recovered? How quickly must that recovery occur? What data must be accessible in the event of litigation? How granular must access be? Whatâ€™s to be gained from indexing?
But the all-important question is this: Should backup and archiving strategies differ?
Yes, according to a recent survey by IDG Research Services. More than half of the respondents recognize key distinctions between backup and archiving, and reveal very different reasons for doing each one….
Link to news article by Dave Raffo posted on SearchStorage.com, November 17, 2007:
Index Engines Inc. is rolling out a data extraction feature that customers and analysts said makes it easier to find files on tape and comply with the year-old Federal Rules for Civil Procedures (FRCP).
One of the changes to the FRCP that went into effect last Dec. 1 mandates that corporations are able to produce relevant electronic documents in the case of litigation and should have that capability in place before receiving a request for specific information. That sent corporations scrambling to put such capabilities in place, especially for email records stored on tape, which is more difficult to search and retrieve information from than disk….