Washington, DC (PRWEB) December 21, 2007
A Wall Street Journal reporter obtains a computer that was used by Al Queda, an attorney in a child pornography case is given the hard drive of the laptop of a perpetrator, and an employee of a company is suspected for fraudulent acts while utilizing the company's computer. All of these scenarios have one thing in common: an experienced professional must utilize the process of Electronic Discovery to determine the electronic data located on the computer, which in most cases will be utilized in civil or criminal proceedings.
Electronic Discovery (EDD) has hit mainstream status, with surveys confirming that more than 90 percent of all documents created since 1999 were in digital format. With millions of documents that can be quickly and easily reported upon, the benefits of EDD are a huge cost-saving option for companies and law firms alike.
This increased demand, not only in our communities but around the world, is escalating at an astonishingly high rate for well-trained and experienced professionals. However, many times companies do not have the resources to properly train their employees. A recent survey confirmed this by saying that more than 65 percent of businesses are unprepared to meet strict policies imposed by the courts. Do not let your company or law firm be one of these statistics.
Randall Consulting, a group of experienced EDD professionals and consultants, presents an exciting and comprehensive course titled "The Electronic Discovery Processing/Lifecycle Boot Camp (Electronic Discovery 101)" that is offered for service providers, law firms, and corporations.
The Boot Camp fully explains the EDD lifecycle, the correct way to process EDD, and addresses EDD terms, data collection/ESI, chain of custody, metadata, de-duplication, searching, filtering, load files, and much more. There are numerous other courses on the market, but none of them go into the great detail with which Randall Consulting goes into.
One student exclaimed that the course offered "Lots of very helpful information, especially in connection with software and other tools." Another student even commented "I thought the class was very useful. It allowed me to check our current EDD process and made me aware of some of the issues that we need to be concerned about."
The next three-day Boot Camp will be held in Miami, Florida on January 14th, 15th, and 16th of 2008 and again in Las Vegas, Nevada on January 21st, 22nd, and 23rd of 2008, with locations to be determined. Randall Consulting is offering a special discounted holiday rate of $995.00 USD if you sign up before January 2, 2008. Thereafter, the price will return to $1,495.00 USD. Further details can be found at http://www.RandallConsulting.net/training.html or email sales@RandallConsulting.net.
Additional training to look forward to from Randall Consulting is a course offered after the Legal Tech Conference in New York City in February 2008 and a series of one-day workshops to be held across various cities around the United States. Keep yourself posted by visiting http://www.RandallConsulting.net to find out more information. Randall Consulting also offers EDD classes onsite. Please email them for more details.
Get prepared for the next wave of technology with help from Randall Consulting.
In the world of litigation support in the legal and corporate world, the market can be stressful and demanding. Rarely does one have time to look at new software, put a game plan together outlining the best way to attack a project, or simply to train a new employee. Here at Randall Consulting, we pride ourselves on "Thinking outside the box, so you don't have to." Randall Consulting is geared toward helping with everything from consulting and project management projects to litigation support and electronic discovery training. Let Randall Consulting answer all of your questions today. For more information, please visit http://www.RandallConsulting.net.
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