What are the e-discovery "Big Six Blunders" & and the e-discovery skills and accessible software needed to banish them into oblivion? This was the topic of the opening panel of first Universi
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August 21 to August 31 news briefs from Accellion, AccessData, Affinity, Biscom, Bridgeway Software, C2C, Cumulus Data Inc., DATAssimilate, Exemplify, Fortinet, Gallivan Gallivan & Omelia, H5, HighQ
...DATAssimilate Systems Inc., a provider of optical character resolution, imaging, coding, and document...
...Datassimilate announced on Thursday a new version of its e-discovery software, ...
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