As companies and law firms struggle with managing increasing amounts of data, cloud-based solutions are becoming an important option to consider. This year’s CDS Putting Insights Into Practice event had several panels focused on eDiscovery, including one focusing on the benefits of eDiscovery in the cloud. While many companies have moved at least some of their data to the cloud, when it comes to eDiscovery and its workflows there are additional advantages.
The blockchain concept can be applied to many types of transactions which has major implications for creating, storing and managing data.
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.
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.
On large, time-consuming projects, a kick-off call is a great way of investing a small amount of time upfront to save energy long-term.