A guide for preserving SMS messages on the most popular mobile devices and what to consider when implementing a mobile device management policy.
Do we need privilege logs anymore? First, let’s discuss the advantages, disadvantages and best practices when implementing 502 orders and agreements.
This whitepaper will take a closer look at the pros and cons of using contractual agreements to limit certain aspects of eDiscovery.
Your Guide for Navigating the Complexities of Preservation in the Digital Age; This Guide on “best practices” continues the goal of helping lead legal professionals on the path to excellence in legal holds and data preservation.
This whitepaper will answer many questions, including:
-What is “TAR” and why should you care?
-Does it really help speed up discovery and minimize costs?
-Is it a defensible process?
-What are the courts’ views on the use of TAR?
In this whitepaper you will learn about:
-The most crucial aspect to consider when evaluating cloud solutions: security;
-Hidden costs and risks associated with implementing a new platform;
-The importance of scalability, and where free solutions like Dropbox and Microsoft Skydrive, fall short;
-Company trends and benefits of adopting a cloud solution.
As a service provider we perform a lot of intake on new electronic discovery projects. We see the difference between legal teams who have thoroughly interviewed custodians and IT staff, and those who either have not, or if they have, they didn’t ask many questions about ESI in any quantified or documented way.
In this whitepaper you will learn 6 expert tips to remember for your next eDiscovery client interview.
By Tom Groom, Vice President, Discovery Engineering, D4
Keyword Search, Concept Based Search and Support Vector Machines are all three valid approaches for document classification but there are key differences that should be considered before deciding which and—perhaps more importantly, when—to employ these approaches in the eDiscovery workflow. The intent of this white paper is to highlight the differences in the features, functions and benefits of these three approaches and identify potential application areas where they best work in the eDiscovery lifecycle
Defines “Predictive Coding” in detail and gives examples of use cases and workflows for Predictive Coding, including negotiations with opposing counsel.
By Peter Coons, Senior Vice President, Computer Forensics and Collections, D4
There can be a number of unforeseen and unexpected costs and hassles associated with bringing eDiscovery in-house that can quickly mitigate the savings and streamlining you hoped to achieve.