Category Archives: CY4OR

Lawrie Hall of CYFOR talks about the benefits of online review systems

Lawrie Hall is Head of Case Management at CYFOR. In this video he discusses the benefits of using an online review platform for conducting eDisclosure exercises. He begins by asking “What if you did not have a review platform?”. It … Continue reading

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CPR, CMC, WTF …. and OCD: eDiscovery stories keep rolling in

I have a stream of short articles coming. This is just some background noise. I observed in a tweet last week that I had overlooked the Twitter presence of an interesting legal software development company, Neota Logic. “Might be because … Continue reading

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Short eDiscovery updates to 27 October 2012

This is a summary of the posts about eDiscovery / eDisclosure on my Google Plus page between 21 and 28 October 2012. Those which relate to webinars etc which have now passed may lead to blind links. Where I know … Continue reading

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My Google Plus eDiscovery posts to 14 August

A longer list than usual, partly because many interesting things came along and partly because I was called away for over a week before I had the chance to list them. Law Society Gazette – No replacement yet for £10m … Continue reading

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Recent posts on Google+ on eDiscovery and other legal subjects

Being away, and with only random access to the Internet, focuses one’s mind on the most efficient way of capturing interesting articles as Twitter (my main source) dishes them up. Whatever its other virtues, Twitter is no good as an … Continue reading

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Make another firm’s risk your competitive opportunity – a paper for CY4OR

CY4OR have published a paper written by me called Make another firm’s risk your competitive opportunity. CY4OR’s main business is electronic disclosure and litigation support, forensic data collection, and digital forensics for civil and criminal proceedings. It has wider interests, … Continue reading

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CY4OR draws attention to the value of CCTV evidence

EDisclosure and forensics services provider CY4OR have an interesting article on their smart new web site about the use of CCTV to catch criminals in the act.  Much of the article is about a CCTV network which has been established … Continue reading

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Traps for the unwary – the cross-over between social media and eDisclosure

Social media and electronic disclosure are two important subjects which many companies and their lawyers would rather ignore – their very names are enough to strike apathy into many hearts. eDisclosure provider CY4OR has joined forces with others to promote … Continue reading

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My Google Plus Posts to 11 March on eDiscovery and related subjects

This post links to my most recent short posts on Google Plus except for those which merely link back to this site. CY4OR on children and Facebook Dean Gonsowski of Symantec interviewed on predictive coding SEC’s Patrick Oot on eDiscovery … Continue reading

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CY4OR takes social media advice to HR and the workplace

Much of the proactive advice which companies need about eDisclosure and data security is aimed at IT departments who have the job of managing data, and at legal departments who have responsibility for the company’s potential eDisclosure obligations. HR departments … Continue reading

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Digital Reef adds Predictive Priority, enhances Relativity integration and opens its processing power to LSPs

Digital Reef is offering legal service providers the opportunity to make use of its SaaS processing and early case assessment tools on a revenue sharing basis.  This should help LSPs who find themselves with more work than they can handle … Continue reading

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Nuix snaps up Jim Kent as MD for Europe as 7Safe falls to PA Consulting

Looking at my headline for this article, I see that its necessary brevity includes two implied assumptions, neither of which is necessarily accurate. The “as” which connects the two halves of the headline (“Nuix snaps up… as 7Safe falls”) implies … Continue reading

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CY4OR buys eOrigin and takes Nick Pollard to lead its eDisclosure department

I am not generally much bothered about capturing breaking news, preferring to let it simmer a while before I pass it on. Yesterday’s announcement that CY4OR has acquired eOrigin and taken founder Nick Pollard onto its management team to manage … Continue reading

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CY4OR signs partnership agreement with Guidance Software for EnCase Enterprise

UK-based forensics company CY4OR has reached an agreement with Guidance Software under which CY4OR will offer and support Guidance Software’s EnCase Enterprise Platform. This is a logical development for CY4OR, building on their nine-year history of forensic investigations and collections … Continue reading

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CY4OR highlights IT security risk posed by employees

Forensics and eDiscovery company CY4OR has a timely article on its blog reminding us that a company’s employees are often the weak spot in its security systems. The article, Employees are the largest risk to an organisation’s IT security, refers … Continue reading

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CY4OR and Manchester’s Deans Court Chambers Forensics Seminar

In the nick of time, I note that forensics and eDisclosure experts CY4OR are joining forces with Manchester’s Deans Court Chambers for an evening of presentations and discussions about digital evidence, starting at 5:30pm on 29 September – that is, … Continue reading

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CY4OR web site brings forensics to lay lawyers

A nice reference has turned up on CY4OR’s website to supplement the words like “professionalism”, “expertise” and “excellent” which recur amongst their testimonials. The one I like reads as follows: Professional and prompt service and able to “dumb down” the … Continue reading

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New web sites and a case study make good marketing

Although the nuts and bolts of what I do involves e-discovery / e-disclosure rules and the crossover between rules and practice on the one hand and technology on the other, my real interest lies in marketing, with a self imposed … Continue reading

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Dropping in to Oxford, dropping out to Paris

The printed description of a software application’s capabilities is no substitute for interaction with the people who are selling it, just as the bare record of historical narrative without people does little to bring a subject alive. People buy from … Continue reading

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