Ricoh's Intelligent eDiscovery Blog

Technology in Practice Returns as a Virtual Series

Jun 10, 2021 1:04:41 PM | Marketing

Technology in Practice is back! We are thrilled to announce that our popular and highly-rated educational format will be returning this year, starting on June 23rd, as an ongoing virtual series. 

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Topics: Events and Sponsorships

Rethinking Security: Protect your organization in this new world of work

May 28, 2021 1:32:59 PM | Marketing

This article was originally published on Ricoh.ca.

As breaches dominate the headlines, it’s more important than ever for organizations to pursue a data-driven security strategy.

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Topics: Ricoh, Security and Privacy

Structured Analytics in eDiscovery

May 25, 2021 3:03:17 PM | Esther Labindao

There’s a lot of promotion around using analytics in eDiscovery. But, what exactly do they do? Today, as part of a two-part series, I’m breaking down the basics of Structured Analytics and how, when applied correctly, they can contribute towards an effective and efficient review. In our next Tuesday Tip, I will share the basics of Conceptual Analytics and how they differ.

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Topics: Tuesday's Tip, eDiscovery Solutions, Esther Labindao

Relativity Fest London 2021 is Coming

May 13, 2021 3:10:24 PM | Marketing

Relativity Fest London returns this year, from May 18-19th, as a free, all-virtual event and promises two afternoons of interactive and on-demand content designed to help you polish your skills and stay ahead of community trends.

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Topics: Events and Sponsorships

Six Simple Ways to Enhance Your Account Security

May 6, 2021 10:04:51 AM | Chris Plauschinn

Using technology to crack passwords is not a new concept. In fact, if you think back to how Alan Turing cracked Enigma during World War II, as shown in The Imitation Game, the same principles exist today.

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Topics: Security and Privacy

Breaking Down Assumptions About Active Learning

Apr 26, 2021 2:56:20 PM | Joe Evangelista

As a Relativity MasterI spend a lot of time working with customers to find the best solutions for their unique needs. Often, during our discussions, the topic of Active Learning (AL) comes up. But what exactly does ‘using AL’ entail? Over the past few years, I have heard a lot of assumptions about document review technology — particularly, what it can do and cannot do. Today I’m breaking down the top five assumptions about AL.

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Topics: Relativity, Intelligent Review

Friday Top Five for April 23, 2021

Apr 23, 2021 9:00:53 AM | Marketing

Five great industry news stories from this week you may have missed.

Key Questions Answered for Data Privacy in a Pandemic

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Topics: Friday Top Stories

Protect Your Organization Against Ransomware: Part 2

Apr 21, 2021 10:52:16 AM | Marketing

This article was originally published on Ricoh.ca.

This blog is the second in a two-part series about Ransomware and how you may be able to protect your organization — big or small — against the same. Part one of this series defined ransomware and how it works. This part of the series will provide tips on how you can protect your business against ransomware.

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Topics: Ricoh, Security and Privacy

Finding Needle(s) in Your Haystack: How to Make the Most of Relativity’s Highlighting Function

Apr 19, 2021 9:02:35 AM | Michael Morey

When searching for a needle in a haystack, having a big red sign that points directly to the needle would go a long way. In eDiscovery (and in particular, Relativity), highlighting has become a supercharged tool that allows reviewers to quickly and easily pick out the most important information that should be marked as ‘potentially relevant’ or ‘privileged’. Take it a step further, and you can even set up your highlighting function to automatically pre-determine terms and keywords in just a few clicks.

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Topics: Relativity, Intelligent Review, Michael Morey

Friday Top Five for April 16, 2021

Apr 16, 2021 10:41:10 AM | Marketing

Five great industry news stories from this week you may have missed.

500 million LinkedIn users' data is for sale on a hacker site

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Topics: Friday Top Stories