Why Is TAR Like a Bag of M&M’s?, Part Four: eDiscovery Best Practices

eDiscovery Daily

Tom has also written several terrific informational overview series for CloudNine, including eDiscovery and the GDPR: Ready or Not, Here it Comes (which we covered as a webcast ), Understanding eDiscovery in Criminal Cases (which we also covered as a webcast ) and ALSP – Not Just Your Daddy’s LPO. Is there a standard, either statutory or in case law to help us with this determination? Most case studies I have seen emphasize speed or accuracy and don’t even mention cost.

This is the old ChiefTech blog.: Are Wikipatterns, Collaborative Patterns?

ChiefTech

In terms of enterprise social computing, wikis continue to be the flavour of the month and Stewart Mader taps into that interest with his new Wikipatterns book , the name reflecting the Wikipatterns site that he helped to start. The book is structured well and steps naturally from explaining the value and use cases of wikis into the adoption process. The other thing I like about this book is the case studies. This is the old ChiefTech blog.

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A short history of intranets and what's next with social, mobile and cloud

ChiefTech

But it was the release of the Mosaic Web browser in 1993 that was the catalyst for bringing the World Wide Web to life - in October 1994, Wired magazine described the revolutionary paradigm that the graphical Web browser created: Mosaic is the celebrated graphical "browser" that allows users to travel through the world of electronic information using a point-and-click interface. In this case we will consider the "outside network" to be public online services and the Internet.

Philology from Philadelphia

Positively RIM

The mock case study showed at least some of Redmond’s expanded RIM functionality Cloud computing vendors provided second-level saturation, proclaiming the advantages of their tools while trying to assuage buyers’ fears The show’s small footprint allowed a thorough viewing with minimal loss of shoe leather EMC, HP and Oracle presented credible displays. In Philadelphia, Info360 (neé AIIM expo) opened and closed last week with minimal impact.

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A short history of intranets and what next with social, mobile and cloud

ChiefTech

But it was the release of the Mosaic Web browser in 1993 that was the catalyst for bringing the World Wide Web to life - in October 1994, Wired magazine described the revolutionary paradigm that the graphical Web browser created: Mosaic is the celebrated graphical "browser" that allows users to travel through the world of electronic information using a point-and-click interface. In this case we will consider the "outside network" to be public online services and the Internet.

This is the old ChiefTech blog.: My experience of Lotus Notes at Ernst & Young

ChiefTech

This included a portal in the Lotus Notes client (" EYA.Zone ") that looked as good as any Web-based intranet Ive seen since and a hugely popular wiki-style tool called " NavigatorLite " (we hadnt heard of wikis then, and thought of it as an electronic knowledge map that any team could manage themselves without needing a developer). blog I work at Headshift , a social media and social computing consultancy, as a Senior Business & Technical Consultant. This is the old ChiefTech blog.