ediscovery & Forensics

Australian organisations have traditionally looked to outsource their data processing and data entry needs to offshore countries, but a new venture is looking to move further up the food chain

Deloitte Australia has announced plans to invest in a significant new data centre at its Grosvener Square Sydney office in 2009 to assist with the work undertaken by its new Forensic Data and Analytic Insights divisions.

After more than two years of debate and deliberation, the Federal Court regime for eDiscovery in Australia has been finalised.

A lack of collaboration between enterprise IT and legal departments is hindering eDiscovery efforts, resulting in massive regulatory compliance and eDiscovery risks, according to a survey commissioned by Recommind.

The process of tagging, filing, and storing email has jumped ahead with Decisiv Email 2.3, the latest version of Recommind's email-categorisation product.

Email and file archiving specialist Mimosa has launched a new toolset that it says helps to automate eDiscovery and information management tasks via proactive identification, collection and preservation of archived content.

Autonomy has unveiled an advanced audio eDiscovery solution that is claimed to deliver a 95 percent reduction in the volume of audio recordings requiring review, significantly reducing eDiscovery costs while simultaneously boosting investi...

Iron Mountain has unveiled a new IP litigation discovery escrow service, claiming it can help simplify and facilitate pre-trial eDiscovery processes in intellectual property cases.

The Storage Networking Industry Association (SNIA) has made available its initial Green Storage Initiative (GSI) Green Storage Power Measurement Specification for public review and comment.

Two new A4 colour printers from Fuji Xerox are designed for busy workgroups.