Category Archives: eDiscovery

eDiscovery shouldn’t be this hard

In a recent US court case one party seemed to find the eDiscovery process so hard / complex / time consuming that they ended up being slapped by the court http://abovethelaw.com/2011/05/d-c-lawyers-screw-up-e-discovery-so-badly-it%E2%80%99s-literally-unheard-of/ So what’s so complex? Often the complexity is because people use old … Continue reading

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Disorder in the cloud?

The ISF have just published a helpful report on how to avoid pitfallls in taking to cloud computing. Many very sensible “sins” are exposed :   https://www.securityforum.org/userfiles/public/ISF_Cloud_computing_flyer.pdf Sin no.5 Disorder is of particular intertest to me : • SIN – information … Continue reading

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In-house eDiscovery reported as key trend

An interesting article that reinforces a trend we are seeing pick up in the UK  http://www.enterprisestorageforum.com/management/article.php/3927986/The-Top-Six-Trends-in-eDiscovery.htm namely in-house eDiscovery. In the article it highlights 2 parallel elements of the trend: 1. In-house eDiscovery itself, whereby companies are finding the cost … Continue reading

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