ediscovery & Forensics

eDiscovery solution provider Kazeon has just released a new version of its Information Access Platform and Information Server, claiming that it can now address a wide range of information beyond the data centre.

Archiving, eDiscovery and Proactive Information Risk Management firm Zantaz has announced a new piece of software that it claims can help organisations forensically preserve, protect emails and files relevant to litigation, without continu...

According to a new study conducted by iTracks for email archiving provider Fortiva, one in five businesses have settled a lawsuit to avoid the costly and time consuming task of searching through and recovering email.

Symantec has launched a line of eDiscovery releases to leverage its Enterprise Vault Discovery Accelerator and improving on the auditable chain electronic chain of processes.

The Australian Securities and Investments Commission has released a new set of example documents to help businesses meet their regulatory compliance obligations without expending inordinate amounts of time and effort.

Exterro has introduced what it is calling the legal industry’s first fully integrated discovery management platform, saying that through the use of collaborative technology more control can be exerted over time, cost and risk.

Iron Mountain is pairing up with Onsite3 to improve document management and electronic discovery processes within law firms and corporate legal departments.

HP has agreed to a US$14.5 million settlement with the California Attorney General to resolve civil claims stemming from the recent spying scandal that rocked the company.

After a long and often bitter battle that has lasted for more than 18 months and ultimately cost former PeopleSoft CEO Craig Conway his job, PeopleSoft's board of directors have finally acquiesced to Oracle's overtures and approved a takeo...

Yahoo is planning to release a new search tool in January which will be able to find emails and many other types of files stored inside computer hard drives in an attempt to offer a better search service than Google and Microsoft.