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D4 Announces Availability of Multi-Tenant Deployment of kCura’s RelativityPosted August 27, 2015
As a Relativity Best in Service partner, D4 can now offer a multi-tenant deployment of Relativity to customers who want the same front-end control of a single Relativity deployment but need the cost savings from a shared deployment. ROCHESTER, NY- August 27th, 2015- D4, LLC, a national leader in eDiscovery managed services, litigation support, computer forensics and deposition solutions, today announced availability of a multi-tenant deployment of kCura’s Relativity. Multi-tenancy allows Premium Hosting Partners in the Relativity Best in Se...
D4 to Host Complimentary Webinar on Cloud Discovery with Corporate Counsel from Walmart and a Partner from Perkins CoiePosted August 24, 2015
D4, a Leading Managed Data and Discovery Services Provider, Hosts Corporate and Law Firm Panelists to Share Insights Based on their Real-Life Experience with Cloud Discovery ROCHESTER, NY-August 24th, 2015 - D4, LLC , a national in eDiscovery managed services, litigation support, computer forensics and deposition solutions to law firms and corporations, today announced it will host a complimentary webinar on August 26th at 2:00PM EDT. Attendees will learn how to successfully navigate the cloud and defensibly identify, preserve & collect electronically...
D4 Named to the Inc. 5000 Honor Roll After Landing on List for Five Consecutive YearsPosted August 12, 2015
The leading eDiscovery Managed Services provider has experienced a 368% growth since first landing on the prestigious list ROCHESTER, NY ‒ August 12, 2015 ‒ D4 LLC, a national leader in eDiscovery managed services, litigation support, computer forensics and deposition solutions, announced today it has been named by Inc. Magazine to the Inc. 500|5000 list for the fifth year in a row, earning a place on the magazines prestigious Inc. 5000 Honor Roll. As an exclusive ranking of the country’s fastest-growing companies, the Inc. 500|5000 list has includ...
Cloud Discovery: How Counsel Can Avoid Getting Caught in the Storm [WEBINAR]Posted August 10, 2015
The Cloud has been hovering over the legal industry for years, increasing in menace with every spoliation sanction imposed by the Court. The surge of cloud-based ESI has obsolesced many traditional information technology platforms as well as conventional workflows employed to identify, preserve and collect ESI, and in its wake has left overwhelmed IT staff and frustrated counsel. While some companies have implemented an information governance policy, and performed thorough data mapping exercises, many have not yet tackled this step....
3 Misconceptions about Cloud Discovery: What is the Truth?Posted August 07, 2015
This post highlights and explains three common misconceptions about preserving and collecting cloud-based ESI, and provides advice for a more efficient workflow. With the unabated growth of cloud-based data, legal teams increasingly find themselves in the position of having to identify, preserve and collect from the cloud. As is often the case when legal and technology intersect, misconceptions arise. We highlight three of these myths. 1. MYTH: Forensics consultants can collect anything from anywhere – quickly.DEBUNKED: Depending on the cloud source, co...
ILTACON 2015 | D4 @ Booth #111Posted August 06, 2015
Sunday, August 30 - Thursday, September 3, 2015Caesar's Palace | Las Vegas, NVConference AgendaDuring ILTACON 2015, D4 is giving away a free managed seat of Ipro Eclipse or Relativity, and free social media collections!You don't have to attend ILTACON 2015 to qualify for the contest! Simply share your favorite post from D4's Discover More blog with your LinkedIn or Twitter followers anytime from Sunday, August 30 - Thursday, September 3, 2015. See How to Enter below for more details. 1 grand prize winner will receive a free...
eDiscovery Update: How many calories can you burn reading this article?Posted August 03, 2015
This article was originally published on The Daily Record. Electronic evidence, like people, comes in all shapes and sizes. Some people, who like to monitor their shape and size, are using fitness tracking devices like Fitbit. Fitbit is a wearable fitness monitor that wirelessly connects to your phone and it can track steps taken, calories burned as well as monitor your quality of sleep. If you are not impressed, how about this feature: it can also help to detect lies....
[Case Study] Forensic Investigations Unlock Key Digital EvidencePosted July 31, 2015
This post explains how the field of computer forensics has evolved and the importance of utilizing experienced examiners and proper software during collections. Look around in any direction and there is a decent chance you can identify a device that contains digital storage capabilities. Drive through a toll booth on the way to work and your journey is being recorded. Go through a red light and “snap”, a ticket arrives in the mail three to four weeks later. Take money out...
Document Review Simplified - 9 Things Every Legal Team Should KnowPosted July 23, 2015
This post explains nine questions legal teams should answer prior to beginning document review to prepare for an efficient workflow. Many people understand what document review is and why it needs to be performed, but do they understand everything that should be considered prior to starting review? Based on my experience as a member of the Professional Consulting Group at D4, we have found that legal teams have varying degrees of understanding on what it takes to make document review...
To DeNIST or Not to DeNIST...That is the Question!Posted July 16, 2015
This post defines the NIST list, explains how the DeNIST process reduces data volumes, and shows DeNIST test results from Windows 7 and Windows XP systems. “Can’t you just DeNIST the data and get rid of all the junk files…?” This is a question I am asked often. It usually comes after an individual attends an eDiscovery conference and the magical phrase “DeNIST” was uttered at some point. The individual is led to believe, or rather wants to believe, it’s a supernatur...