2011 Case Law Review: Social Media Discovery Grows Up

2011 Case Law Review: Social Media Discovery Grows Up 150 150 Jason Krause

A decade ago the Zubulake case forced the legal profession to take email seriously in litigation. At that time, many lawyers still purposely avoided collecting electronic records for litigation because it was too much of a hassle. Oddly, there are lawyers today that operate under the assumption social media is an unsettled matter that can…

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The Real Problem with Production

The Real Problem with Production 150 150 Jason Krause

There has been a lot of consternation in the legal blogosphere lately about the cost of production in eDiscovery, including here, here, and here. Most of the attention is focused on improving the review process in order to limit the scope of production. But there is another, rarely discussed point at which the whole discovery…

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Trial Support Goes Mobile

Trial Support Goes Mobile 150 150 Jason Krause

Having been involved in trial support for more than a decade, we know that chaos and last-minute revisions are often part of litigation. We’ve also seen a lot of complicated and convoluted solutions for managing trial evidence on site come and go over the years. That’s why we think litigators everywhere should love Trial Cloud…

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Are You Ready for Social Media Discovery? Get Our Free, 10-Step Guide

Are You Ready for Social Media Discovery? Get Our Free, 10-Step Guide 508 381 Jason Krause

There are lots of reasons why organizations are thinking about social media discovery these days, but there is very little information available. Fortunately, we’re something of experts in this area, and we’re offering a free, downloadable, and easy-to-follow guide for managing the discovery of social media. Visit our Ten Steps to Social Media Discovery Readiness…

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Cloud Computing Security Provisions: Two-Factor Authentication

Cloud Computing Security Provisions: Two-Factor Authentication 150 150 Michael Beumer

This week we’re going to take a look at a series of cloud computing security provisions to keep data safe. There are a number of reasons why cloud computing environments (including Nextpoint) can be inherently more secure than any solution hosted on-premise. One of the most basic and important provisions is two-factor authentication. If vetting any…

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Could newspapers be a lesson for large law firms?

Could newspapers be a lesson for large law firms? 150 150 Rakesh Madhava

As interest in cloud computing and our products is increasing, I’m doing a lot of eduction to lawyers on the internet. A joke I keep using to put into context cloud computing is to say, “I think this Internet thing will be big”. To further make my point about why the internet is important to…

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