According to Janders Dean founder Justin North, “Now more than ever, the legal industry is reimagining the way it works, from evaluating working practices to assessing cost models. There is a huge appetite to move beyond hype and towards implementing major transformation programmes that deliver measurable value. By joining forces with Morae, we can help drive meaningful improvement and lasting change for our clients.”
From UnitedLex to Onna, ComplexDiscovery findings, data points, and tracking information from April 1, 2020, to June 30, 2020, may be useful for understanding merger, acquisition, and investment activity patterns in the eDiscovery ecosystem during the historically unique and COVID-constrained second calendar quarter of 2020.
The purpose of this two-year assessment is to provide a wider-angled lens through which to assess the work of the Data Protection Commission (DPC) since the implementation of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR); in particular, to examine wider datasets and annual trends to see what patterns can be identified.
Since January 2016, 2,089 individual responses to eighteen quarterly eDiscovery Business Confidence surveys have been received from legal, business, and technology professionals across the eDiscovery ecosystem. This summer survey will provide important insight into the business confidence of executive leaders, operational managers, and tactical execution professionals as we collectively seek to understand the continuing impact of the current global COVID-19 pandemic on the business of eDiscovery.
The 2020 Chambers Litigation Support Guide is a comprehensive guide to the leading professional services providers in key markets worldwide. Compiled annually by Chambers and Partners, this year’s guide recognizes nineteen U.S. eDiscovery litigation support providers and nine U.S. eDiscovery lawyers.
In this presentation led by eDiscovery Today’s Doug Austin, industry eDiscovery authorities will cover key case law developments during the first half of 2020 to identify important rulings that may impact how you conduct discovery going forward.
“Thousands of our customers have found AWS Snowball devices to be ideal for collecting data and running applications in remote and harsh environments. Since 2015, customer use of Snowball devices has greatly increased, as has their need for an even smaller device with even greater portability,” said Bill Vass, VP of Storage, Automation and Management Services, AWS. “With more applications running at the edge for an expanding range of use cases, like analyzing IoT sensor data and machine learning inference, AWS Snowcone makes it easier to collect, store, pre-process, and transfer data from harsh environments with limited space to AWS for more intensive processing.”
According to the announcement, with the inclusion of enterprise and vendor risk management capabilities from the acquisition of CMPG, Mitratech now provides a comprehensive set of risk and compliance management tools that marry top-down visibility and oversight with the ability to enforce regulatory and corporate compliance throughout their business and its vendor ecosystem.
From collection market size updates to cloud outsourcing guidelines, the June 2020 edition of the Five Great Reads on eDiscovery newsletter provides a selection of recent research, reports, and articles to update and inform legal, business, and information technology professionals in the eDiscovery ecosystem.
According to the European Securities and Market Authority (ESMA) Chair, Steven Maijoor, cloud outsourcing can bring benefits to firms and their customers, for example, reduced costs and enhanced operational efficiency and flexibility. Cloud outsourcing also raises important challenges and risks that need to be properly addressed, particularly in relation to data protection and information security. Financial markets participants should be careful that they do not become overly reliant on their cloud services providers. They also need to closely monitor the performance and the security measures of their cloud service provider and make sure that they are able to exit cloud outsourcing arrangements as and when necessary.