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Why Legal Cloud Computing Is the Only Solution for eDiscovery

Why Legal Cloud Computing Is the Only Solution for eDiscovery 1000 674 Michael Beumer

We’ve been saying for years that the only way for the legal system to deal with the volumes of information available for discovery is legal cloud computing. If you are a Nextpoint user or just friendly follower, we are preaching to the choir. It seems like such an obvious proposition that perhaps we take it…

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Nextpoint First eDiscovery Software Accepted into Amazon’s Advanced Technology Partners Program

Nextpoint First eDiscovery Software Accepted into Amazon’s Advanced Technology Partners Program 150 150 Jason Krause

Nextpoint Earns Amazon Advanced Technology Partners Certification, Validating Industry-leading Cloud Computing Technology Nextpoint, Inc., the nation’s leading provider of cloud-based regulatory, compliance, and litigation software, is proud to become the first eDiscovery software vendor accepted into the Amazon Advanced Technology Partners program. The Advanced Technology Partners are commercial software and Internet service companies that are…

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Forget Defensible Deletion. Think Defensible Storage.

Forget Defensible Deletion. Think Defensible Storage. 150 150 Jason Krause

Defensible deletion is one of those topics lawyers have been hearing about a lot lately. Unfortunately, it’s also a subject that just means headaches for lawyers. Just this week, a poorly run deletion policy has had an enormous and possibly devastating affect on a major lawsuit. A Federal judge has hit Samsung with an adverse…

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Small Firms Can Compete in eDiscovery

Small Firms Can Compete in eDiscovery 150 150 Jason Krause

Get Our Free White Paper to Learn How. Small firms might imagine eDiscovery is like a John Grisham movie, where a plucky young attorney practicing law in a rundown office is hopelessly outgunned by a large, well-heeled law firm. There certainly was a time when big law firms could count on bigger budgets and staff…

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Cloud Computing Guidelines Gloss Over eDiscovery

Cloud Computing Guidelines Gloss Over eDiscovery 150 150 Jason Krause

Law Technology News noted that the National Institute of Standards and Technology has released the long-awaited “Cloud Computing Synopsis and Recommendations.” The document is meant to provide guidelines for using cloud computing platforms so that organizations and government agencies can feel comfortable migrating data to these platforms. Most of the recommendations are common sense and…

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The Only Feature That Matters in eDiscovery

The Only Feature That Matters in eDiscovery 150 150 aayers

Fourteen years ago, if you visited Google.com, you would have found pretty much the same basic search functionality you see today. Amazingly, since that time Google has been able to offer the same mind-blowing search speeds despite the explosion of content. In 1998, Google indexed 28 million pages. By 2000 that number was 1 billion.…

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The Weakest Link in Data Security

The Weakest Link in Data Security 150 150 Jason Krause

As reported earlier this week, Verizon recently released a detailed analysis of hundreds of data breaches. One interesting statistic was that the amount of reported social engineering hacks- the polite way of saying “tricking people into giving you their password” – was down from last year. That’s misleading though, because social tactics remain the most…

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Does Your eDiscovery Technology Scale?

Does Your eDiscovery Technology Scale? 150 150 Rakesh Madhava

There is a lot of scary talk in the industry about a ‘data deluge’ overwhelming litigation. But the real issue that no one wants to acknowledge is that traditional eDiscovery technology simply doesn’t scale well enough to handle the exploding data requirements of discovery. The first thing to understand is that eDiscovery data requirements will…

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ABA Techshow: Cloud Computing Grows Up

ABA Techshow: Cloud Computing Grows Up 150 150 Jason Krause

One of our ongoing challenges has been to explain the obvious benefits of cloud computing in the legal environment. Judging from last week’s ABA Techshow in Chicago, it seems that the world has finally caught up. It was great to see other cloud computing vendors getting recognition, as well as meeting some of newcomers to…

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The Power of Litigation Support on the iPad

The Power of Litigation Support on the iPad 150 150 Jason Krause

Josh Barrett recently noted on the Tablet Legal blog that lawyers don’t always seem to use many applications on their iPad. In talking to attorneys with a small, iPad-using firm, the attorneys noted that they only use one or two apps regularly. At first, this seemed shockingly low, but on further introspection, Josh realized he…

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