Tips for Collecting and Reviewing Zoom Transcripts for eDiscovery
How to Collect and Review Zoom Transcription for eDiscovery
Understanding GDPR and CCPA: What IT Professionals Need to Know
This blog post provides an overview of GDPR and CCPA, two major regulations affecting how businesses collect and process personal data.
EDISCOVERY ARCHIVING AI
How AI can help eDiscovery
Using AI in eDiscovery can help identify relevant information, speed up the review process, and reduce the costs associated with eDiscovery.
The Importance of Preserving Conversations During Great Resignation
The Great Resignation of 2020 has brought to light the importance of preserving business conversations.
eDiscovery: Email is Just the Tip of the Iceberg
eDiscovery solutions that cover more than just email are necessary to get the complete picture of risk management and compliance.
CONTEMPORARY FORMS OF ELECTRONICALLY STORED INFORMATION (ESI) AND WHY THEY MAKE E-DISCOVERY MORE CHALLENGING
The process of e-discovery is cumbersome and time-consuming, whether you are the party initiating it or responding to it. The new forms of electronically stored information (ESI) add even more complexity to the process and make it even more challenging to manage effectively. ESI can be found in many forms, including documents, databases, audio files, videos, emails, instant messages, and more. These new forms of ESI can often overwhelm investigators and make it difficult to identify relevant data for discovery in court cases.