ediscovery & Forensics

AccessData has announced the release of SilentRunner Mobile, a network forensics solution that collects network traffic at 100 megabits per second.


How do Australian courts deal with the duty of corporate record-keeping in practice? David McGrath finds that “it depends”, as two recent cases showed very different outcomes.

StoredIQ has extended its integration with SharePoint to include eDiscovery and information governance for two additional prominent features of SharePoint 2010, User Profiles and Versioning.


Nuix is providing native processing and review capabilities for SharePoint with Version 3.2 of its eDiscovery and electronic investigation software.

OCR software specialist ABBYY is teaming up with Australia’s Nuix to tackle the global market for electronic discovery and forensics.


US firm AccessData is making a concerted push into the Australian ediscovery market, launching its new Sydney regional headquarters and announcing software support for the unique requirements of Australia’s Courts and litigation support environment.


David McGrath continues his series of articles looking at the drivers for insourcing ediscovery and the overlap with information management. How should the whole process be approached?


e.law is moving to take a more central role in ediscovery by offering document review services in Australia, offering to assist law firms struggling with the huge amount of unstructured data involved in litigation.


Kroll Ontrack has announced the launch of Ontrack Compass enterprise archiving solution version 2.1,an enterprise archive that incorporates Custodian-Foldered Output to reduce discovery processing time and Legal Hold Notification within the archive to reduce risk and streamline the legal hold process.


A survey of information governance practices and challenges in Global 1000 companies has found that defensible disposal is turning out to be a key objective.