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eDiscovery Education

So, the other day I was reading an article about eDiscovery.  I do that a lot…it’s weirdly interesting to me.  While I was reading, I see a line about the embarrassing level of technical knowledge attorneys have.  This isn’t the … Continue reading

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“Everyone Knows That Clients Don’t Know What They Want!”

At least that’s what I overheard an e-discovery service provider say at a software conference.  Being a client of litigation support service providers, the comment certainly didn’t drive me to want to use that particular vendor.  The funny part is … Continue reading

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Social Media Lock Down

I’ve been presenting social media collection software to various groups over the past few weeks. The presentations are always fun, but the best part comes after the presentation. That’s when I get phone calls and e-mail messages asking me, “How … Continue reading

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Outlook Email Expansion

Many believe that e-mail will often expand to double the size of the original PST or MSG.  That may very well be true, but have you ever wondered why? Many processing tools allow the technician to choose what format should be … Continue reading

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