Monthly Archives: June 2011

e-discovery process in SoLoMo

The new order of data -  SoLoMo for social, local, mobile data. Now this is what I call  ‘ediscovery rhyme’ ! Does this mean that Cloud Computing is now passé? To quote Paknad in the news at “There’s no easy button, there’s just complex and more complex buttons.” Complex buttons leading to more sore [...]

An early alert – come and join the dialogue

The British Computer Society Information Risk Management & Assurance Specialist Group Have you heard of Electronic Discovery/Disclosure? Tuesday 8th November 2011 18:00 Registration & buffet 18:30 Presentation 19:30 Networking Session Venue: The British Computer Society First Floor, The Davidson Building, 5 Southampton Street, London, WC2E 7HA Speaker:  Cher Devey Event Details Have you heard of [...]

predictive coding technology – In the name of cost cutting or/and competition?

The ediscovery space is no longer just driven by ediscovery vendors but also by predictive coding technology which is being heralded as a ‘game-changing’ capability as highlighted by OrcaTec. Excellent posting by the author, Herbert L. Roitblat. Please note that I have not included the trademark symbol in this blog & in the blog’s title [...]

More Collaboration coming from Open Source

Couple of interesting remarks/statements from this article, Open Source Could Change the Future of E-Discovery; Even for customers who can afford commercial e-discovery, “There is no tool that fits what lawyers want. The only one you like is the one you’ve never seen and don’t use, because they are just all bad.” of the [...]

Magic Quadrant – Competition only?

I guess ediscovery folks have discovered the Gartner’s Magic Quadrant for E-Discovery Software. Nothing to comment here except to note that it’s done for competition purposes not for collaboration. Gartner Magic Quadrant E-Discovery SW

Why are Google, Bing and Yahoo! collaborating? Aren’t you competitors?

Interesting development in the web space which most likely will attract other willing collaborators (or competitors) to join in. This development is also interesting for the ediscovery space as we now have ‘microdata’ . For my own record –