While regulatory enquiries are never a welcome development to begin with, they are particularly troubling for organisations without adequate internal compliance programmes and tools to handle large volumes of company data for eDisclosure and internal investigations. In the face of such enquiries or lawsuits, identifying and presenting key communications is a critical issue. And as the LIBOR scandal shows, instant messaging (IM) conversations are now a substantial component of that need.
Drew Lewis, eDiscovery Counsel of Recommind sees the new rules as a stimulus to driving deep and meaningful changes in IT planning, both for corporate legal firms and the companies that use them.
SalesForce.com has acquired Entropysoft in order to integrate the company’s connector technology into their own suite of products. According to ediscovery systems vendor Recommind, this could leave law firms at risk as some of the largest ediscovery and information governance vendors will lose access to their market tested connectors. David Baskin, general manager, eDiscovery, Recommind*, […]
Recommind has just announced that the US Securities & Exchange Commission (SEC) is deploying Recommind’s Axcelerate Review & Analysis, which provides innovative Predictive Coding capabilities, to the SEC’s Division of Enforcement staff nationwide. Axcelerate Review & Analysis is able to provide a more accurate, consistent and efficient review process by identifying key topics, documents, concepts […]