Ediscovery News Update
Here’s the latest ediscovey/edisclosure news from OrcaTec + Stroz Friedberg + AccessData…
• OrcaTec announced that its Echo electronic repository management system can now capture data for a company from its employees’ use of Google applications, including Gmail, GoogleDocs and GoogleTalk plus Microsoft Office 365, including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook and Yammer; and other cloud-based enterprise tools. The client company can then immediately use OrcaTec’s complete suite of advanced analytic and predictive coding tools on that information for exploratory data analysis, HR issues, litigation readiness, and supervision, as well as on-demand eDiscovery. orcatec.com
• Stroz Friedberg has announced the deployment of kCura’s Relativity in the European Union and Switzerland to expand its edisclosure services. As a Relativity Premium Hosting Partner, Stroz Friedberg is able to offer Relativity as an option alongside its existing proprietary tool, to further support clients’ needs to manage, review and investigate electronic evidence in a variety of cases, including regulatory challenges, sensitive employment matters and complex litigation.
• AccessData has introduced new pre-configured ediscovery appliance models and managed services offerings to alleviate the challenges clients are faced with bringing ediscovery solutions inhouse. Law firms, corporations and government entities can now purchase the Summation Appliance a pre-configured appliance that plug-n-play ready with the power and functionality of a full featured review platform in a ready-to-use package. For corporations and public sector entities needing more comprehensive coverage from the beginning of the EDRMprocess, AccessData offers the Managed In-House e-Discovery Appliance. Clients receive a customized pre-configured server running AccessData’s ediscovery solution with professional installation behind your firewall as well as on-demand dedicated remote operation and support by AccessData.