cloud ediscovery

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Keno Kozie Joins Nextpoint Partner Program

Keno Kozie Joins Nextpoint Partner Program 1000 361 Michael Beumer

Specialist in Legal IT Adds Leading Cloud-Based eDiscovery to Its Law Firm Offering Nextpoint and Keno Kozie Associates announced today that they have signed a partnership agreement under which Keno Kozie may grant its customers a license to Nextpoint’s cloud-based eDiscovery and litigation management software. Keno Kozie, already a leading provider of information technology design,…

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Speeding Up Document Review with Instant Preview

Speeding Up Document Review with Instant Preview 3332 2221 Michael Beumer

Minimizing ediscovery document review cost is a high priority for most firms and their clients. Reducing cost comes down to reducing hours, or even minutes, of review time. If you are reading this, we’re most likely preaching to the choir. Time = Money. Nextpoint is always developing new features, and enhancing in-app user experience to simplify and…

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Attorney Ethics Cloud Computing

Does Legal Cloud Computing Create Ethical Issues for Attorneys?

Does Legal Cloud Computing Create Ethical Issues for Attorneys? 1000 667 Alex Braun

As is often the case with new technologies, the concept of storing legal data in the cloud battled its share of skeptics before it gained wide acceptance from vendors and law firms alike. Let’s face it, the imagery it conjures up isn’t great (clouds seem pretty out in the open), and for the technophobic, there…

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Nextpoint Review: eDiscovery Software Praised by Legaltech News

Nextpoint Review: eDiscovery Software Praised by Legaltech News 150 150 Alex Braun

Legaltech News gave Nextpoint high marks in its latest software review, describing our platform as a “frontrunner” in cloud-based eDiscovery technology. The review, authored by eDiscovery consultant Brett Burney for the magazine’s October 2015 issue, praises our strategic partnership with Amazon Web Services to provide a scalable infrastructure and word-class data security while keeping our own…

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New Highlighting Control Makes Review Faster

New Highlighting Control Makes Review Faster 150 150 Jason Krause

A new highlighting feature in the Nextpoint platform gives reviewers the ability to highlight words in a collection of documents. Review attorneys often rely on highlighting to help speed up the pace of reviewing large collections of documents by making it easier for human reviewers to spot important words or phrases. Users have long had…

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Start Your Own Law Firm. We've Got Your Back.

Start Your Own Law Firm. We've Got Your Back. 150 150 Jason Krause

When Jason Molder left a large firm to start his own practice, his colleagues warned him that his plan to start his own boutique law firm was going to be rough. They told him, you’re not going to have the technology, infrastructure, and expensive software that a large law firm can support. A few years…

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Bringing Litigation Technology Into the 21st Century

Bringing Litigation Technology Into the 21st Century 150 150 Michael Beumer

Just a few years ago, the New York Times predicted that an army of robots would put attorneys out of work. It’s an interesting premise, and there may be some truth in it. But in my experience in legal technology, the real challenge is not that technology is taking over legal tasks. It is that,…

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What is eDiscovery, and Why is it a Problem?

What is eDiscovery, and Why is it a Problem? 150 150 Jason Krause

What is eDiscovery? I get asked that question a lot. For me, the topic usually comes up at parties and kids’ soccer games – whenever I have to try to explain what I do for a living. If you’ve been around the law, litigation support services, or legal technology for any period of time, it’s easy to forget that…

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Understanding Cloud eDiscovery Software

Understanding Cloud eDiscovery Software 150 150 Jason Krause

Nextpoint began as a nimble trial support company, so we love powerful graphics that make your case. We’ve been talking for years about why it’s important that our services are cloud-based, Software-as-a-Service applications, but it’s not easy to explain succinctly. We started a trend. As more eDiscovery software companies jump on our cloud eDiscovery bandwagon, it’s hard to separate…

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eDiscovery and the Law of the Cloud

eDiscovery and the Law of the Cloud 150 150 Jason Krause

Since Nextpoint introduced Trial Cloud in 2007 and Discovery Cloud in 2009, one of the main questions we get from law firms regarding our cloud-based litigation software is about security. We’ve pointed out as often as possible that cloud applications like ours offer inherent security advantages over traditional, locally installed litigation software. That’s because cloud providers like Amazon, Microsoft,…

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