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Learn why e-discovery challenges require new technology and new thinking.Read More
Today's burdensome data trends require practical new approaches to e-discovery. Combining true-SaaS technology and "Intelligent Discovery" processes gives corporate legal departments greater control, reduces costs, and improves access to data.
Get workflow tips on topics:
- Expediting Review Through Instant Data Access
- Using Technology to Make Data Processing Efficient
- Preserving in Place Defensibly
- Collecting Only the data You Need When You Need It
Burgeoning data volumes are in part a result of a reliance on cloud-based e-mail and voice communications, business critical applications, and low-cost storage options. How can you gain control?Read More
Traditional approaches to e-discovery can mean that the more data businesses retain both inside the cloud and out, the more they must collect, process, search, and review in discovery. Added to the sheer volume is the complexity, cost and turnaround time.
On-premise solutions can result in higher expenses and a platform designed for IT experts instead of legal teams. Add to that the unpredictable nature of e-discovery and the constant upgrading requirements, and you are quickly in an unsustainable situation.
Skip the headache and gain control of your data. Discover ways to avoid the hassles of local installation or third-party data conversions, and find the data solution that's designed to fit the needs of your legal team.
Get the story on how the Office of Counsel of UAS found a solution to regain efficient use of the legal department's matter management and user adoption while maintaining their data security.Read More
For years, the University of Alabama System (UAS) struggled with a matter management solution that inhibited user adoption coupled with a document management system that lacked the necessary power to support their legal department.
Amy Stone, Senior Administrator in the Office of Counsel of UAS, decided to look into other solutions to regain efficient use of the legal department's time and maintain data security.
The Office of Counsel went from struggling with low user adoption and a document manage system that wasn't meeting their needs to:
* A significant increase in user adoption,
* A seamless integration with eCounsel's robust document management solution,
* Saving thousands of work hours every year, enabling their legal department to focus on high-value work.
Ultimately, the UAS found a solution to support their legal department's goals while being flexible and powerful enough to grow with and support their department for years to come.
Learn more about their story by downloading this case study today!
Keeping in-house e-discovery costs in check is a constant balancing act. Complex litigation and regulatory matters, along with pressure to streamline operational spending, create an expensive reality.Read More
According to a study from FTI Consulting, the majority of Fortune 1000 corporations now spend $5-10 million annually on e-discovery with 70% of the costs tied directly to document review.
Don’t let these challenges get you down. You can take charge of e-discovery by leveraging easy-to-use and secure in-house tools that minimize business risk — and maximize budgets.
Unlock detailed tips in this guide to get started. It outlines six ways to slash spending and boost efficiency.
Find out how to:
* Use modern, cloud-based e-discovery software tools to bring routine e-discovery processes in-house.
* Modernize legacy systems to limit dependence on IT.
* Empower legal teams to slash expenses, improve data security and speed time to resolution.
Find out how benchmarking the adoption of a new software relates to actual usefulness of the technology solutions, and the pitfalls of measuring success.Read More
With nearly one in five managers pointing to the need for management buy-in in order to adopt new technologies, the focus on clear objectives and goals by management is essential to software adoption.
Management needs to carefully assess the needs of attorneys, staff and other legal professionals and select software and tools that best support those values. What are the potential obstacles when trying to adopt a new software solution? How can you surmount them?
This white paper will help you answer these questions and measure your results against benchmark trends in order to find the most practical solution for your legal office.