In March 2017, Microsoft launched its online chat and collaboration tool Microsoft Teams. By the end of 2018, ~3 million users utilized Teams on a daily basis, growing to ~44 million users by February 2020. Microsoft Teams wasn’t alone on its upward trajectory; competing applications such as Facebook Workplaces and Slack have seen similar growth.
Thought Leadership and Industry Trends
Integrated Compliance Monitoring – Bringing Collaboration and Cohesion to Compliance and Legal Teams
In highly regulated industries, monitoring compliance is often seen as an expensive exercise or a necessary evil, requiring substantial investments in staffing and technology with the hope that the team will never find anything.
How eDiscovery Technology Can Improve Compliance with Data Subject Access Requests
If your organisation is the recipient of a data subject access request, eDiscovery technology can help you comply in an efficient and accurate fashion per GDPR requirements.
Decoding Continuous Active Learning with CDS London
Following our recent breakfast seminar on Continuous Active Learning (CAL), CDS’ Mark Anderson and Bill Belt share their conclusions.
Useful Relativity Features You May Have Never Heard Of: Part Two – Review and Beyond
In part one of this series, we discussed some of the features in Relativity that can be used to investigate document sets before the processing and review stage of discovery.
Useful Relativity Features You May Have Never Heard Of: Part One – Investigations
Every user of Relativity knows that the tool offers an abundance of useful features.
Gmail’s Auto-Updating Emails and What They Might Mean to eDiscovery Practitioners
Google recently announced that it would be adding a new feature to its Gmail offering that would automatically update emails stored in users’ mailboxes.