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Here’s Where You Can View Last Week’s Webinar and More: eDiscovery Trends

Last week, I participated in a presentation, conducted by ACEDS and sponsored by CloudNine, which provided an overview of the evolution of electronic discovery technologies and also included a short demonstration of two tools within this growing category of offerings: Heureka and CloudNine.  If you missed the webinar, here is where you can still check it out.

Heureka Founder & Chairman of the Board Ron Copfer and I presented the webinar, where we illustrated the latest in discovery automation technology from data creation through defensible destruction.  Click here to view the webinar and also to download the slides.

It’s been a busy few days for me.  Thursday was the above mentioned webinar.  On Friday, I spoke at the Texas Bar CLE program eDiscovery in Your Case in Austin, participating in the luncheon presentation eDiscovery Software for Solo and Small Firms with Kathy Owen Brown of DLA Piper and Gene Albert of Lexbe.  As I noted on Friday, I wrote an article titled How SaaS Automation Has Revolutionized eDiscovery for Solo and Small Firms to tie in with our session.

The article covers how we’re in the age of automation and cloud based discovery, how eDiscovery technology has evolved, takes a comparative look at Craig Ball’s small firm Edna challenge of 2009 and his reprise from earlier this year and how the emergence of cloud-based automation has given small firms much more complete solution choices than were available in 2009.  It also covers key components of a SaaS automation solution and typical pricing options for such a solution.  The end result is better options than ever before for solo and small firms looking for a full-featured eDiscovery solution that fits with their budget.

If you would like to check out the article, feel free to contact me and request a copy.  Simply send an email to me at daustin@cloudnine.com and say that you’d like a copy of the SaaS automation article that I wrote for the Texas Bar (or words to that effect) and I’ll be happy to send you a copy.  My pleasure.

Today, I’ll be participating in an interview with Sharon Nelson and John Simek on a podcast for the Digital Detectives program on the Legal Talk Network.  I’m a big fan of their program and a big fan of both Sharon and John personally (and, if you read our blog regularly, you know that Sharon’s blog Ride the Lightning is a regular source for interesting stories about cybersecurity in the legal industry).  I’m looking forward to participating and hope you all will check out the interview.

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