October 20, 2021 – X1® and Complete Discovery Source (CDS) announced today that their joint submission of an advanced, in-place data analytics workflow is one of four winning proposals selected for the 2021 Georgetown Global Advanced eDiscovery Institute’s Judge Tank session. Similar to the premise of TV’s “Shark Tank,” the four winners will pitch their ideas about eDiscovery, privacy, and Big Data to a panel of distinguished sitting federal judges.
The X1 and CDS submission envisions a game-changing technical integration and workflow utilizing advanced analytics on data in-place for eDiscovery and compliance use cases prior to data collection. This solution enables a more efficient, targeted, and proportional electronically stored information (ESI) collection process, while also powering data privacy compliance audits across enterprises at a massive scale.
“Whether we’re exploring new applications for existing tools or developing purpose-built products and solutions, CDS is always looking to advance the practice of eDiscovery. As data volumes grow ever larger and data formats become increasingly complex, it’s never been more critical to think outside the box,” said Nyi Htwe, Chief Technology Officer, CDS. “We appreciate Georgetown Law’s commitment to spotlighting innovation and encouraging dialogue and debate about the tools practitioners need to meet the future of data.”
This year’s Global Advanced eDiscovery Institute (AEDI) conference will be held in Washington, D.C on November 18-19. Winners will present their proposals to the Discovery Judge Tank on November 19.