Directions to an e-discovery solution: Leveraging on-premises software and private hosted platform for review
In part one and part two of this series, we’ve introduced the concept of where to draw the line between on-premise technology and cloud-based technology when building a modern and efficient e-discovery architecture that takes advantage of today’s technology.
The idea of conducting targeted collection and preservation, rather than collecting everything up-front in a scorched-earth manner, has taken root with most people and organizations. However, the devil is in the details as to how a technology works to accomplish this task.
Five years after the changes to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure relating to e-discovery, you might expect that the legal profession and technology providers would have all of the kinks worked out for the best process of collecting, reviewing and producing electronically stored information (ESI).