Document management is commonplace among law firms, but the task has undergone a fairly dynamic evolution over the past few years. Nuance Communications has played a key role in that evolution
...as Word-to-Word. In addition, the firm is using the OCR Server from DocsCorp, which integrates with compareDocs so users don’t...
Thomson Reuters' document review and production software gets a new user interface, search tools, and data analytics
... ABBYY Software has released the OCR Recognition Server, a software product that helps users with automated document processing. Recognition...
E-discovery can be incredibly burdensome, expensive, and a huge drain on resources regardless of which side of the proverbial "v." you are on. Parties thus have a real incentive to cooperate during d
Originally Published: New York Law Journal
As technology continues to keep pace with the exponential growth of ESI, the future of e-discovery project management is bright since automated litigation support software will always require human g
Originally Published: The Legal Intelligencer
...text-searchable PDF file using OCR technology and save it to...as well as OpenText Content Server, ProLaw, and Worldox....
It's inevitable that risk-averse Big Law ultimately will fully embrace the cloud. But for now, first adopters are jumping in for e-discovery and back-office tasks, while avoiding web services designe
Corporations eager to exploit their massive customer data risk alienating consumers and regulators if they stumble on privacy and security
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