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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.

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Is There a War on eDiscovery?

Is There a War on eDiscovery?

A recent blog post posed the question “Have we lost the war on eDiscovery?” There may be an eDiscovery War, but from my perspective, we are fighting on the same side.

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Onsite vs. Virtual Review in eDiscovery

Onsite vs. Virtual Review in eDiscovery

Traditionally, document review has been conducted by team of reviewers working together in the same location. Since the review is done electronically, it opens the possibility for virtual or remote review, with people working in different locations.

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Contract Management and Review Just Got Easier: CDS Launches New Service

Contract Management and Review Just Got Easier: CDS Launches New Service

As companies struggle to find the best tools for information management, the most effective technology is now coming from a new source – eDiscovery service providers…The key issue for companies is to deploy a solution that combines a powerful technology platform with the in-depth expertise of lawyer-technologists who know how to leverage its value.

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Benefits of Internal Collaboration Of eDiscovery Project Teams

Benefits of Internal Collaboration Of eDiscovery Project Teams

As eDiscovery becomes increasingly complex, it requires those handling the collection and review process to have expertise in multiple areas of technology and the law. Vast quantities of data and new data types means eDiscovery team members need to work together more than ever before.

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