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e-discovery

(Electronic-DISCOVERY) Relevant evidence in a court case that resides in electronic form. It includes all types of electronic files, including Web pages, e-mail correspondence, as well as database, word processing and spreadsheet files.

Faster than Manual Coding
Compiling electronic evidence is much faster than manual coding from paper documents as has been common in the past. Meta-data such as date, from, to and type of document can be extracted automatically from electronic files in order to create an evidence database.
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At least 30 percent of the data reviewed in e-discovery will be stored in the cloud by 2018--compared to 5 percent currently in the cloud, according to a recent Gartner report released earlier this year.
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the global business advisory firm dedicated to helping organizations protect and enhance their enterprise value, today announced the results of its mid-year study of corporate e-discovery trends.
com)-- Bryan University's Provost, Vice-Chancellor and Dean of Legal Services, William Hamilton, has been named National E-Discovery Partner of Quarles & Brady LLP.
A wide array of national experts will discuss how to competently and cost-effectively handle e-discovery in small and medium cases and will shed light on the latest developments in Florida and federal e-discovery rules.
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Exterro, the leading provider of unified electronic discovery software, today unveiled more than 250 upgrades to the Exterro Fusion e-discovery platform.
As the digital universe continues to evolve--unleashing new forms of communication and innovation, while simultaneously creating a vast footprint of electronic data--law departments struggle to maintain an efficient, affordable e-discovery approach.
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com/research/65abf1/global_ediscovery) has announced the addition of the "Global E-discovery Market 2010-2014" report to their offering.