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Far East Review: Experts Weigh In on China & Japan's Growing eDiscovery Markets
This article was originally published on Legaltech News. eDiscovery use in China and Japan is growing exponentially, spurred by the demand from data privacy regulations and investigations, and the use of tools like predictive coding. Both the world's biggest economies after the United States, China and Japan have not...
Office 365 Feature Comparisons to Consider Before You Choose a License
As more and more individuals move their data systems into the cloud we find they are often of two minds. On the one hand, users love the flexibility and accessibility that cloud-based solutions provide, but on the other, they often have a hard time navigating how the different technological architecture...
How to Use Office 365 and X1 Discovery to Achieve Your Team's eDiscovery Goals [Webinar]
Office 365 includes built-in eDiscovery tools in the Security and Compliance Center putting enterprises that use the platform in a position to realize significant cost savings and other efficiencies when managing data within the O365 environment. But, what about ESI outside of O365? X1 bridges that gap. Download this...
Microsoft Office 365 is Disrupting the eDiscovery Industry in a Major and Permanent Fashion
This blog was originally published by our partner X1 and was written by John Patzakis. The adoption of cloud-based Microsoft Office 365 (“O365”) within enterprises is growing exponentially. According to a 2016 Gartner survey , 78 percent of enterprises use or plan to use Office 365, up from 64 percent in mid-2014. O365 includes buil...
China's Cybersecurity Strategy: 5 Updates You Need to Know
While Americans enjoyed BBQ and apple pie over the Independence Day holiday, China continued to release policy, rules and regulations surrounding its new China Cybersecurity Law (CSL). China’s goal is to establish its Cyber Sovereignty, which includes cybersecurity and data information governance. As seen with the release of th...
3 Workflows to Enhance Your Document Review Process
Whether it's your first eDiscovery matter or your 100th case, just one error may mean the difference between being under or being grossly over budget. Small items can have an inordinately large impact on case costs. Deadlines looming, it can be tempting to promptly move from one step to...
Should you be using TAR? Judge Peck recommends you do
This article was co-authored by Lawrence Bice and Jennifer Castaldo from Larimer Law and was originally published on the Daily Record . Dear John, I have a new case in federal court and I anticipate that both parties will need to sift through a high volume...
Control Litigation Costs by Making the Most of Your Internal Capabilities
Welcome to the 21 st century: the age of exponentially increasing data volumes, both national and international data managed by global corporations, reluctance to delete, and reaction to litigation, government investigations, and internal audits. All of this, and more, results in ever increasing eDiscovery budgets, with specific emphasis on document review....
Shanghai OSAC Quarterly Meeting
June 20, 2017 4 pm The Shanghai OSAC Executive Committee quarterly meeting this Tuesday will have a presentation entitled, "China: Cyber Security Law and Cyber Security Environment: A Perspective for Security Professionals". Guest speakers include Vice President & Managing Director of D4 Shanghai China , Tom Groom and Jim Fitzsimmons,...
5 Ways to Reduce eDiscovery Costs Before and During Litigation
There is little debate that eDiscovery can be a daunting and expensive endeavor. Even small matters can involve scouring through terabytes of data. For some companies, litigation is one of the many costs of doing business. That cost, and specifically eDiscovery costs can be one area companies look to...
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