Companies with something new to sell will often labelled it “Pro” or “Advanced” in order to stress its sophistication and modernity.
In a shrewd move, Recommind describes its new Axcelerate 5 as having a “consumer grade interface” which neatly suggests the desirability of screen forms and workflows which are designed to help the everyday user – in this case the lawyer who just wants to get the eDiscovery job done.
Neil Etheridge and Hal Marcus of Recommind are giving a webinar on 19 June at 2:30pm BST / 3:30pm CEST called Power & Simplicity in Action with the tagline “Powerful technology is rarely that simple… Or is it?”.
Recommind has a new blog as a home for the steady flow of interesting and well-written articles which come from its well-regarded writing team.
Dean Gonsowski, Philip Favro, Drew Lewis and Hal Marcus have been steady contributors. Nick Patience and Alexis Clark contribute from time to time, and the writing team has now been joined by Adam Kuhn.
Recent articles include Q&A discussions with David Horrigan of 451 Research and with Patrick Oot, now at Shook Hardy & Bacon. Other topics covered recently include the interplay between proportionality and predictive coding, the eDiscovery complexities of mobile devices, defensible deletion of useless information and the impact of California’s eDiscovery ethics opinion on in-house counsel.
The whole collection is called Mind over Matters and gives you thoughtful, nonpartisan food for thought in an attractive and readable format.