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BYOD Privacy: 6 Considerations to Protect Your Business
We live in a world where corporations are working harder than ever to balance legal and regulatory obligations with business efficiency. This continued expansion of electronic data, partnered with the blurred lines between business and personal information, is straining already stretched legal departments. All of this leads ...
Text Messages in eDiscovery: Recovery, Retention, and Preservation
Once an organization maps an inventory of its own unique portfolio of cell phones and tablets, a consistent and repeatable process should be instituted in order to ensure data is properly identified, preserved, and considered for use in internal investigations, regulatory and law enforcement scenarios, and eDiscovery proceedings. This...
5 Cases that Highlight the Challenges of Mobile Device Preservation
This post summarizes five recent judicial experiences littered with examples of litigants grappling with issues of mobile device preservation. As mobile device usage and capabilities increase, the importance of the ever-slimmer gadgets as potential sources of electronically stored information (ESI) becomes undeniable. The more we rely on these accessories as v...
eDiscovery Update: How many calories can you burn reading this article?
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...
BYOD and ESI | 5 Things You May be Leaving Out of Your BYOD Policy
Bring your own device, or BYOD. When uttered, that four letter acronym curls the nose hairs of every IT professional! The nerds have relinquished control! But all hope is not gone as you have just been asked to help create a BYOD policy. Of course, one must consider electronic discovery...
Google Glass and the Impending Wave of Wearable Technology
Google Glass has caused quite a stir since it was released to developers in February 2013. Since then, the possible uses for the optical head-mounted display (OHMD) technology in the legal community have spanned the gamut from the practical to the ridiculous. Challenges to Optical Head-Mounted Display Adoption Despite a price...
eDiscovery Update: iPhones, BlackBerrys and Androids, oh my!
This article was originally published on The Daily Record. The “bring your own device policy” (BYOD policy) phenomena is fully upon us. In the past six months, D4 has handled more mobile devices (i.e. smartphones and tablets) than the previous two years combined. Almost every case that we work on h...
BIOEDISCOVERY - Convergence of Electronic Devices and Medical Implants Yield New ESI for eDiscovery
One day earlier this century, a big-firm associate rushed into a conference room clutching a legal pad and several mobile devices to his chest. As he set down the legal pad, the phones and other devices clattered across the table. I was only half kidding when I asked him “When ar...
Wearable Tech – The Next Source of ESI
On September 4th, Samsung announced its Galaxy Gear “SmartWatch”. According to Mashable.com , the watch will contain its own camera, 512MB of RAM and 4 GB of storage. Samsung also announced partnerships with major developers such as Evernote and eBay to produce 3rd party apps meant to optimize use of the devi...
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