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    eDiscovery of Mobile Data 101

    eDiscovery of Mobile Data 101

    Mobile data is one of the most rapidly proliferating data sources in the eDiscovery realm and is gaining more significance daily. It presents unique challenges, such as securing authorization to access devices, rapidly evolving encryption features, wildly varying content formatting, device upgrades, and other issues.

    A Checklist for Selecting the Right Technology and Service Provider for eDiscovery

    A Checklist for Selecting the Right Technology and Service Provider for eDiscovery

    As eDiscovery technology becomes more sophisticated, both small and large companies can feel overwhelmed with the choices and the potential cost. Small companies or law firms usually have little knowledge about which technology will help them review or produce documents most effectively within their budget constraints.

    Save Time and Money with Native Redaction Tools for Excel Documents

    Save Time and Money with Native Redaction Tools for Excel Documents

    Redaction is one of the most time-consuming tasks in eDiscovery, requiring manual review of documents to black out sensitive information. However, technology tools do exist to make it easier. These are especially helpful with Excel spreadsheets, which are difficult to work with if converted into an image file. Redacting in native Excel is preferable but does present its own challenges if the right technology is not used.

    Preventing Spoliation During Data Transfers

    Preventing Spoliation During Data Transfers

    Virtually every company will need to collect and/or transfer data from one location to another at some point. While this may seem to be a routine matter, there are dangers, particularly when it comes to eDiscovery.