17a-4 Announces the Release of DataParser 7.0 and the Integration of e-Discovery and Law Department DeskTop Portal

17a-4, llc announces the release of DataParser version 7.0, the latest upgrade of the popular DataParser software which captures 3rd party messaging content and formats for archival storage and e-Discovery. The release further normalizes such content to better integrate with e-Discovery software and integrates those reports with Law Department DeskTop Portal.

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17a-e-Dis.co

Millbrook, New York (PRWEB) December 05, 2011

17a-4, llc announces the release of DataParser version 7.0, the latest upgrade of the popular DataParser software which captures 3rd party messaging content such as Bloomberg™, Blackberry™ SMS, Microsoft LiveMeeting™, Microsoft SharePoint, LinkedIn™ and LivePerson™ and formats for archival storage and e-Discovery. The release further normalizes such content to better integrate with e-Discovery software.

Included in this release is the ability to capture reports and e-Discovery search information from EMC Corporation’s SourceOne™ e-Discovery products.

e-Discovery Example
Searches performed in either EMC Corporation SourceOne™ Discovery Manager™ or Kazeon™ may be captured by the DataParser and sent to the Law Department DeskTop legal portal. This search results will alert the corporation’s outside counsel of the search and the search criteria. The outside counsel may then verify the search, the legal hold or the export results without emailing back and forth what is often highly sensitive information.

“We are finding,” says Charles Weeden, Managing Partner, 17a-4, “that as in-house legal teams assume more responsibility for managing e-discovery searches, holds and productions, that they are challenged to effectively communicate the status and search terms to their outside attorneys. The secure Law Department DeskTop portal provides an ideal facility for effecting such notifications.”

The DataParser interface with the DeskTop also helps fulfill the supervisory requirement for attorneys to ‘manage and monitor’ in-house e-discovery productions. 17a-4 and its e-Discovery division, e-Dis.co, focus on providing the software tools and expertise so that institutions can manage their regulatory (SEC Rule 17a-4) and their e-discovery requirements more efficiently and cost-effectively utilizing in-house resources.

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