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A complete list of file types that cannot/should not be processed?

If you are a part of the Litigation Support community, you have no doubt been asked for a complete list of file types that cannot or should not be processed.   1,264 more words


Around Litigation Support in 80 Days

Over the past few weeks, I have been reading some of the classics. The War of the Worlds, The Invisible Man, The Time Machine…yes, there is an H. 705 more words


Enterprise Social Networking and Compliance

Increasingly enterprises are using internal social networking solutions such as Microsoft Yammer, Salesforce Chatter, VMware Socialcast and IBM Connections to name a few. The central issue is that the content created by such social networking solutions constitutes a business record same as email. 226 more words

Cloud Services

It's really not the jouney

“Life is a journey, not a destination.” ― Ralph Waldo Emerson

While this may be true, what I do every day is not life.  It’s a job.   258 more words

"Everyone Knows That Clients Don't Know What They Want!"

At least that’s what I overheard an e-discovery service provider say at a software conference.  Being a client of litigation support service providers, the comment certainly didn’t drive me to want to use that particular vendor.   797 more words


Social Media Lock Down

I’ve been presenting social media collection software to various groups over the past few weeks. The presentations are always fun, but the best part comes after the presentation. 361 more words


Analytics Part 4: Finding The Knowledge Worker

So, We Need Help, Now What??

As the sophistication of technology in various disciplines increases (whether that is TAR, Big Data Mining, or more pure application of analytics) one thing is clear, the people operating the emerging technologies are as important as the tools they employ.   1,215 more words