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Why Using a Case Chronology Tool is Essential to Building your Best-Case Strategy

Aug 3, 2021 11:20:37 AM | Marketing

In a recently published ILTA post, Natasha Doucas, Business Development Executive – Legal Services, takes a deeper look at Relativity Case Dynamics and explains why good organization of case details is critical when building a strong case strategy.

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Topics: Relativity, Natasha Doucas

Ricoh N.A.'s President & CEO Debunks Digital Transformation Myths in Forbes Article

Jul 20, 2021 3:00:05 PM | Marketing

In a recently published Forbes Business Council article, Ricoh North America's President and CEO, Carsten Bruhn, explores the term digital transformation and how it means different things to different people and how the lack of clarity can cause frustration. Carsten breaks down the myths surrounding digital transformation and how it's so much more than just a technology buzzword.

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Topics: Ricoh

Boolean Searches 201: Connectors and Wildcards

Jul 13, 2021 4:11:00 PM | Michael Truelove

When we first launched our Tuesday Tip series, I wrote the introductory post Boolean Searches 101: How to Locate the Documents You Actually Need. Today, I’m taking it a step further and sharing how connectors and wildcards can be used in text searches to get optimal results for your search queries. These principles apply to all programs including Relativity, Eclipse, eCapture and Nuix.

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Topics: Tuesday's Tip, Michael Truelove

5 Steps to Unleash Your Organization’s Most Powerful Asset – Information.

Jul 6, 2021 11:00:00 AM | Marketing

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What is your company’s most valuable asset?

Without a doubt, it’s your information. Information management drives your organization forward and distinguishes you from competitors. It encompasses your goals, your products, and your ideas. Information keeps everyone on the same page—at least, in theory.

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Topics: Ricoh, Cloud Services, Information Management

How Do Conceptual Analytics Work in eDiscovery?

Jun 15, 2021 12:57:18 PM | Esther Labindao

In today’s Tuesday Tip, I will be addressing the second installment of our two-part series on review analytics. In case you missed it, you can find the first part on Structured Analytics here.

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

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

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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