Tools to Cut eDiscovery Costs
July 6, 2012
Enterprise Communications recently reported on an eDiscovery cost cutting method in the article “Cut eDiscovery Costs with Smarter Tools and Smart Scope.”
According to the article, eDiscovery has become quite the hiccup for people who work in the legal field due to the fact that it creates a headache for attorneys to manage the mass amount of electronic data that is constantly growing. Even more frustrating is the fact that the majority of the data being turned up is irrelevant.
In order to cost effectively and efficiently manage this data, the majority of courts set parameters that lay out the scope of eDiscovery. Once these are reached there are a variety of solutions available to search and manage your data.
When discussing the eDiscovery tools out there, the article states:
“More and more eDiscovery providers are developing software algorithms that in addition to searching your data, can also help you with the collection, review and analysis process. Known as computer-assisted review, and also including predictive coding, it is the latest trend to hit litigation circles and eDiscovery. Tools such as Axcelerate Review & Analysis from leading providers, Recommind, and Zoom from Equivio are examples of comprehensive predictive coding software that is available.”
We enjoy the way that this article simply lays out the eDiscovery tools available. Here are our only questions: Is this the ultimate pitch for search and content processing? and what about risk reduction?
Jasmine Ashton, July 6, 2012
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