Automating eDiscovery: A Strategic Framework

The Concise Framework for Discovery Automation takes the overall process of discovery, breaks it down into a data discovery component and a legal discovery component, aligns these components with insight and intelligence, and then highlights four key processes and eight key tasks that appear to be important in the discovery process across the lifecycle of information and litigation.

Epiq to Acquire Majority Stake in Controle, LLC

Epiq, a global leader in the legal services industry, today [July 9, 2018] announced that it acquired a majority interest in Controle, LLC, a leader in information governance services and solutions.

Building Blocks for a Fifth Generation of eDiscovery Offerings

The characteristics of a fifth generation eDiscovery offering would be the adaptation of current data discovery offerings for use with offerings that were designed for eDiscovery, designed for eDiscovery task integration, and designed for eDiscovery task automation.

Automating Information Governance

We have an effective model for converting information governance requirements into a digital framework. It is called the DIRKS methodology and you’ll find it in ISO 15489 Standard for Records Management.


A Concise Framework for Discovery Automation

One of the biggest challenges facing information, business, and legal professionals is the ability to cohesively consider the elements of data discovery and legal discovery within a technology framework that is comprehensive enough to address critical discovery tasks throughout information and legal lifecycles yet concise enough to be realistically approached from an automation perspective.

What is In-Place Records Management?

In-Place Records Management is when the Records Management Solution does not physically move the content to manage it; the content remains it its original location, but the solution is managing the retention policies and overall File Plan for the content.

Big Data Analytics Success

Automation of data management can be transformational in the enterprise. Eliminating low-level manual processes frees up people resources, amplifying human potential to deliver more value and creativity further up the value chain.