At the Computer and Enterprise Investigations Conference in Orlando, Fla., a number of vendors in computer forensics, cybersecurity, and e-discovery released new products, which make CEIC an annual e
Convertible, Chromebook, tablet all vie to replace your notebook. Can they
Originally Published: Corporate Counsel
I speak on electronic data discovery four to five times per year. It never fails that most of the presenters at these events preach fear as the motivation for learning about e-discovery. Happened jus
...Skype or Google Voice on your notebook. ...
...target="_blank" href="http://scholar.google.com/scholar_case?case=4487871025237979829...and his wife attempted to drive across the Mexican border into...
Originally Published: New York Law Journal
After LegalTech New York, two perfect tech days in San Francisco and Silicon Valley
David Cowen, president and managing director of The Cowen Group, brought together just the right combination of people on Thursday in midtown Manhattan to generate a spirited conversation around Big
...lucky 10,000 people selected to get an early test drive of the Google Glass the futuristic specs outfitted with a small computer...
Originally Published: National Law Journal
...on bringing e-discovery software to the masses. If you can search Google and navigate Facebook, you can review your documents in Logikcull. All you...
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