Registration has opened for the 2017 Nuix User Exchange to take place, as before, at Huntington Beach in California.
I was there last year and found it both valuable and enjoyable, as you might deduce from the article I wrote about it afterwards.
It has a good mixture of technical sessions, panels about the legal, investigations and security context in which Nuix is used, and social events. If the high spot for me last year was my own interview about the Panama Papers with Gerard Ryle of the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists, that is in part because it illustrated the broadening range of uses of ediscovery tools and skills. Nuix has been a leader in every phase of the development of the industry from its beginnings in forensics, and the Nuix User Exchange has a corresponding appeal to a wide range of people.
There is a dedicated event website here including a registration form. Early Bird pricing expires on 15 June.