eDiscovery trends reflect the need to process huge amounts of data in widely varied formats, both on-premises and in the cloud. A combination of forward-looking technologies and solid information governance helps organizations meet these challenges head-on.
HOBOKEN, N.J. (PRWEB) November 14, 2022
eMazzanti Technologies, a NYC area eDiscovery technology expert and MSP shares five eDiscovery trends in a new article on the eGovernance.com website. The informative article first asserts that today’s hybrid work collaboration tools deliver massive amounts of discoverable data in a wide variety of unique formats.
The author briefly explains how artificial intelligence (AI) streamlines the eDiscovery process. He then discusses the role of automated technology in improving workflows and early case assessment. He concludes by emphasizing the essential role of information governance and explains how cloud-based technology drives efficiency and lowers costs.
“eDiscovery trends reflect the need to process huge amounts of data in widely varied formats, both on-premises and in the cloud,” related Greg Smith, Vice President of Services Delivery at eGovernance. “A combination of forward-looking technologies and solid information governance helps organizations meet these challenges head-on.”
Below are a few excerpts from the article, “5 eDiscovery Trends Driving Strategy for 2023.”
Increasingly Complex eDiscovery Architectures
“The rapid shift to remote and hybrid work drastically changed the way we collaborate and create data. For instance, in a period of months, collaboration tools like Microsoft Teams and Zoom recorded growth rates of as much as 3000 percent. Now, in addition to email, colleagues conduct work over a variety of messaging apps, video conferencing and other cloud services.”
AI Streamlines the eDiscovery Process
“Fortunately, technologies such as artificial intelligence (AI) can help legal teams quickly find and process relevant data. Using AI, they can analyze the body of data to develop a picture of what data exists, where it lives and how much of it may prove relevant to the case at hand.”
Automated Technology Improves Workflows and Early Case Assessment
“Automating many of the routine and time-consuming tasks associated with eDiscovery frees up legal teams to focus on delivering legal advice. At the same time, automation reduces the chance for human error and leaves an audit trail. For instance, introducing automation to legal holds simplifies the process while making it scalable, secure, and legally defensible.”
Cloud-Based Technology Drives Efficiency and Lowers Cost
“Most organizations, including law firms, store some or all their workloads and data in the cloud. Consequently, relying on legacy, on-premises eDiscovery solutions will no longer prove a viable option moving forward. Cloud-based technologies make it easier to find and collect relevant data while reducing discovery overhead and improving speed and efficiency.”
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