Excellent article describing how predictive coding software can be used
Excellent article on ediscovery in the cloud.
Recommends a 2 pronged approach – Recommends a review of the Federal Rules of Discovery for data stored in cloud & clients should ensure that service contracts with Cloud providers include safeguards against inadvertent discoveries and mechanisms for complying with the Rules
Are you using google apps for your business? Have you considered ediscovery implications ?
Is google apps ready for ediscovery?
Eager to move to the cloud ? Have you considered your ediscovery needs? here is a good list of questions to ask your cloud vendor
With growth in usage of social media, enterprises have sprung up to address eDiscovery needs –
Check out some of the companies attempting to address this need. http://tinyurl.com/7cfrz2g
if you are still working on Hadoop, you might be outdated.
Check out what Google is working on – http://tinyurl.com/7usxren
under the hood is strong doses of caffeine that literally wakes up and indexes on the fly – http://tinyurl.com/7gna225. Per Google, Caffeine is a fundamental re-architecting of how the indexing system works
Lily ( http://www.lilyproject.org/lily/index.html) claims to be smart data at scale.
Per their website,
Lily unifies Apache HBase, Hadoop and Solr into a comprehensively integrated, interactive data platform with easy-to-use access APIs, a high-level data model and schema language, flexible, real-time indexing and the expressive search power of Apache Solr.
Anyone with experience using Lily? What is your experience? Did it live to your expectations?