FTI webinar on 12 July: Smarter investigations in the App Age

FTI TechnologyAs individuals, we all use our phones and tablets to create ever greater volumes of data in an ever widening range of formats. Every app brings new opportunities to create and store data and to communicate with others, and it is hard to keep track of all the data we create and own.

If this is difficult for us as individuals, it is very much more difficult for organisations. As they become more mobile and more collaborative through the interactions of their staff, so the implications become more complicated for investigations, for regulatory compliance and for eDiscovery.

It is necessary to put some method around the collection and safe-keeping of all this data. FTI Technology has a webinar on 12 July  called Smarter investigations in the App Age which will explain how:

  • New tools are enabling easier connections to “new” data sources
  • Analytics that use visual representations can help cut through clutter and pinpoint important data quickly
  • The wealth of metadata available in this “new” data, combined with smart workflows, are providing 360 degree views into activities

The speakers are:

  • T. Sean Kelly, Manager, Legal Discovery, Johnson & Johnson
  • Tim Anderson, Managing Director, FTI Technology
  • JR Jenkins, Managing Director, FTI Technology

There is more information and a registration page here.

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About Chris Dale

I have been an English solicitor since 1980. I run the e-Disclosure Information Project which collects and comments on information about electronic disclosure / eDiscovery and related subjects in the UK, the US, AsiaPac and elsewhere
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