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  • 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.
  • 5 questions about what government agencies should consider when collecting data
    The volume of electronic data creates a challenge during the collection phase of the discovery process. Find out how education, flexibility and a team approach could benefit your organization.
  • Final report - 2013 benchmarking study of eDiscovery practices for government agencies
    Since 2007, Deloitte has surveyed attorneys, records managers, IT professionals and paralegal staff within the federal government about their experiences in eDiscovery. This report discusses the findings of the 2013 survey.
  • Discovery Insights: Questions about issues that matter
    Stay current on the latest trends with our Discovery Insights series, a Q&A perspective that answers the tough questions on some of the most pressing topics in the industry.
  • Defensible deletion: Why data hoarding represents risk and what organizations can do to minimize it
    Learn about strategies, tools and processes you can use to reduce the troves of unnecessary data residing on your servers, in the cloud or on other devices, while retaining the data you need or want.
  • An empirical analysis of the training and feature set size in text categorization for eDiscovery
    In this paper, we examine the factors impacting the training set in a predictive coding model. Find out how we determined that when it comes to the size of training sets, one size does not necessarily fit all.
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