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  • Managing workflow tracking in discovery efforts: How a proactive solution can help you
    With the proper foundation in place, organizations can apply analytics and leverage knowledge gathered through many eDiscovery engagements to identify commonalities and leading practices. Download the paper to learn more about utilizing a proactive approach to managing eDiscovery workflow tracking.
  • Bank CIOs: Tools for managing audio data files
    By deploying the “right” mix of speech analytics tools and tactical strategies to manage massive stores of audio data files, some banks are responding more effectively to regulator inquiries.
  • The growing importance of defensible data deletion
    In this Q&A blog post, read about the value that defensible deletion may present to organizations.
  • Digital forensics in the mobile, BYOD, and cloud era
    Read why you should continually evolve your digital forensics practices to keep pace with new technologies and conduct more in-depth and productive investigations.
  • Deloitte and Exterro webcast: You can defensibly delete data
    Many organizations are beginning to realize that there is nothing cheap about holding on to the exploding amounts of data, despite decreasing storage costs. Register for this June 18 webcast to hear from eDiscovery and information governance specialists regarding the potential challenges of preserving and deleting data.
  • Global information governance case study
    In this case study, we demonstrate that historic challenges endemic to hard copy record maintenance — over-retention and non-defensible disposition and the related financial and legal impacts — may have evolved to become more manageable.
  • WARC this way: eDiscovery and the ISO 28500 standard
    It is important for the eDiscovery community to examine standards for web content collection and preservation. Read about the ISO 28500 Web ARChive (ARC) standard and its evidentiary implications for electronic discovery.
  • Dialing up potentially responsive information from mobile devices
    While mobile device technology may still be novel and nascent, the
    discovery-related legal issues are not. Learn ways to manage the challenge mobile device data presents during the discovery process.
  • Deloitte achieves Orange-level Relativity Best in Service status
    Deloitte’s Discovery practice has achieved kCura’s Orange-level Relativity Best in Service recognition for exceptional customer service for Relativity end users. Read the press release for more information.
  • Bringing eDiscovery In-house: Designing a playbook for your organization
    eDiscovery can be complex, requiring specialized knowledge of legal procedures, information technology, and the flow of information within a company. Learn how companies can improve effectiveness by developing and codifying a set of procedures into a formal document; an eDiscovery playbook.
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