ediscovery & Forensics

A first-of-its-kind survey of Global 1000 companies has found that the vast bulk of eDiscovery risk can be linked to the legal holds process.

IBM has given its eDiscovery portfolio a boost, adding new conceptual search and content analysis software to speed legal case assessment and the search for evidence.

Enterprise discovery solution provider Index Engines has given its eDiscovery capabilites a boost this week with the introduction of a new module that it says enables easier management of large projects.

Kazeon has unleashed VMware support for Information Server, brining eDiscovery capabilities to virtual machines.

A new survey of legal professionals and senior managers in the UK, Germany and the Netherlands has uncovered a marked sense of concern among those tasked with mitigating organisational risk when it comes to retrieving documentation.

Kazeon has extended its Information Server eDiscovery application, announcing improved collection, procession and analysis with legal hold from laptops and desktops.

The open source community is rejoicing following a ruling by the US federal appeals court that will see the software’s use protected, despite the fact that it is distributed freely.

LexisNexis Applied Discovery is rolling out the latest evolution of its e-discovery platform, claiming it offers significant advancements for planning and monitoring large review projects.

A new survey from email data management specialist C2C claims that despite advances in email management software and policies, employees are still enduring mailbox quotas and are continuing to manually delete email data.

eDiscovery specialist Kazeon has announced that it now has in excess of 50 billion documents and 3000 terabytes being managed by its Information Access and Management platform.