Businesses can avoid the issues of restoring and repairing backup tapes for eDiscovery by moving their data to a cloud data repository.
Thought Leadership and Industry Trends
As the eDiscovery industry has evolved, the difference between skill sets of service provider technologists and law firm litigation support analysts has been blurred.
As eDiscovery tools become more powerful and data storage costs become less expensive, the value of outsourcing to a cloud provider has risen significantly…However, managed services is not a one size fits all model. That’s where Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) comes in. In the right situation, it can provide total control of eDiscovery without the need for building an expensive infrastructure…For some companies and firms, it offers a great solution for their needs, but it’s not right for everyone. This article discusses several key questions to consider before making the decision to use IaaS.
As eDiscovery makes litigation support more challenging for law firms, they are increasingly considering a managed services model. In managed services, parts of the eDiscovery process (including infrastructure, hosting, processing, and project management) are outsourced to a service provider on a contract basis…In making the decision to use managed services and maximize its value, law firms should ensure they understand the onboarding process.
Traditionally, most companies involved in litigation have relied on law firms to recommend an eDiscovery vendor and manage the flow of data from the company to that vendor. However, more corporations are realizing the benefits of using managed services for eDiscovery...