Test Drives are Necessary, Whether You're Purchasing a Car or eDiscovery

Published Wed, February 22, 2017 by Alex Shusterman

Think about your most recent car buying experience. How much time behind the wheel did you take before making the decision to buy the specific model you were interested in? Was it a quick dealer prescribed route or did you take it home for a couple of hours and really put it through its paces? The answer for most people these days is the latter – as an avid car enthusiast and shopper, my experience in recent years has been that buyers want to experience a prospective vehicle in their driving conditions before making a final decision. My...

Navigating Your Legaltech Experience… With Ease

Published Wed, January 11, 2017 by Michelle Lippert

Legaltech is one of the largest events of the year for those of us in the ediscovery industry. It is fast paced, news filled, and packed with information around ediscovery, as well as the current and emerging technology landscape. For many, it also feels like a “reunion” of sorts, as you will undoubtedly see people from your professional past – planned and unplanned. Seeing professionals and friends from throughout your career not only lends to great socializing, but creates tremendous networking opportunities as well. You will not only get...

How to Leverage Equivio’s EQV_EquiThread Field to Create Review Efficiency

Published Mon, January 09, 2017 by Angeline Northup

While many Relativity users are aware of the benefits of email threading, the EQV_EquiThread field is often underutilized as a review tool. The field’s values are not immediately intuitive, but with a brief tutorial, they can provide increased efficiency in the review of threaded documents.

Webinar Recording: Your Team is Using Office 365 - How Do You Maximize Your Investment?

Published Thu, December 15, 2016 by Brittania Huston

Co-hosted by John Olson and Mo Ramsey

Why Quality and Continuous Improvement Matters in eDiscovery

Published Mon, December 12, 2016 by Janelle Schneider

Many of you may be familiar with the Ford slogan, “quality is job one.” The slogan was used to describe the culture of the organization - emphasizing that quality was the company’s top priority and a focus for all of its employees. It spoke to quality not being an afterthought or something that was just a given, as well as it not being something that just needs to be inspected as a last step. This slogan was used to reinforce that quality needs to be built into the process, embedded into the workflow, and top of mind at all times.

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