Tagged with: Data Reduction
7 Steps to Help You Defensibly Migrate eDiscovery Data
This blog was co-authored by Peter Coons, Co-Founder and Chief Client Officer. Migrating from one litigation support application to another requires careful thought and planning. Whether the application you are migrating from may have a migration plug-in or other built in migration module, the process should always...
Defensible Deletion Strategy: Getting Rid of Your Unnecessary Data
The myriad of data coming in and out of an organization is exponentially growing year after year. Not only is there email data and the slew of attachments that come with it, but also plenty of other files employees have on their countless personal and professional devices, including laptops, smartphones,...
How to Remove False Positives From Proximity Searches
This post explains how to reduce the number of false positives returned in your keyword search results by using these customizable dtSearch operators. Counsel conducting discovery often need to remove false positives from their search hits through the use of exclusion criteria. This is typically the case when a...
4 Methods to Help Improve Your Keyword Search Results
This post explains four best practices for developing better functioning keywords: visibility, dictionary access, iteration/testing, and keyword expansion via concept analytics. In 1985, the Blair and Maron study, found that keywords alone identified less than 20 percent of the relevant documents in their test case of roughly 350,000 pages of text. Thirty...
To DeNIST or Not to DeNIST...That is the Question!
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 af...
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Posted January 18, 2018
5 Expert Predictions for the eDiscovery Industry in 2018
Posted January 17, 2018
Get Your Passport to GDPR Success - LegalTech New York 2018
Posted January 11, 2018
Is Your Organization Vulnerable to a Cyber Attack? 3 Steps to Put Your Mind at Ease
Posted January 04, 2018
How the EU and China Plan to Deal with Multinational Data
Posted December 28, 2017
How to Navigate International Data Privacy Laws for eDiscovery
Posted December 21, 2017
Cross-Border eDiscovery: An Introduction to Cultural and Legal Obstacles
Posted December 14, 2017
Webinar Q&A Featuring Panelists from Special Counsel and Brainspace
Posted November 30, 2017
Help Your Employees Find the Information They Need with Machine Learning
Posted November 22, 2017
How to Use Managed and Prioritized Workflows to Reduce the Cost of Review [On-Demand Webinar]
Posted November 16, 2017
5 Workflow Tips for Conducting a Foreign Language Review