Category Archives: Nuix

Managing data with Nuix Insight

Nuix brings together the disciplines of investigations, eDiscovery, cyber security and information governance, all of which involve extracting and managing useful information from data. An article called Nuix Insight: a natural progression, traces the development of successive Nuix products to … Continue reading

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Following the Nuix Black Report on cybercrime: webinar and the 2018 survey

I wrote recently about the Nuix Black Report on cybercrime. The main themes were the need to “know your enemy” and the critical importance of preparing for cyber attacks which are increasingly seen as both inevitable and destructive. Nuix has … Continue reading

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The Nuix Black Report on cybercrime: knowing your enemy

The Nuix Black Report on cybercrime was published in February. Leaving it to simmer a while has shown its value, as cyber incidents like WannaCry show the value of the understanding and planning which the report urges. There is a … Continue reading

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Nuix User Exchange 17 to 20 September at Huntington Beach

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 … Continue reading

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Interview: Matthew Geaghan of Nuix talks about the transferability of eDiscovery skills and technology

Like Nuix itself itself, Matthew Geaghan began with the hard technology of forensics and grew from that into eDiscovery, digital forensics, incident response and cyber security, acquiring new skills as the focus changed. Some retraining may be necessary, Matthew Geaghan … Continue reading

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Nuix webinar on 1 March: bridging the gap between mobile and computer forensics

Almost any kind of investigation involves pulling information from multiple sources. Police investigating a crime, journalists following a lead, academics drafting a paper – all of these require examination of different types of source. The sources multiply in criminal, legal … Continue reading

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Nuix Insider Conference in London on 23 March

The annual Nuix Insider Conference takes place in London on 23 March. It is a one-day educational event designed to help users improve their practical knowledge of Nuix, to see the latest features, and to find new ways to use Nuix … Continue reading

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Data protection, TAR and data security dominate my corner of Legaltech

I have already written short holding post about Legaltech (Not yet my Legaltech report) which includes links to posts by others. This article focuses on my own small corner of this vast event. Oh, and yes, I know it was … Continue reading

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A personal note as Eddie Sheehy leaves Nuix

The earliest picture I have of Eddie Sheehy, taken at an eDiscovery conference in Singapore in 2010 on a panel which I moderated.  It’s an odd beast the eDiscovery world. Now a multibillion-dollar industry and growing, it somehow retains a … Continue reading

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All-in-one review and processing solution from Nuix and iCONECT

In New York last February I interviewed Eddie Sheehy, CEO of Nuix, and Ian Campbell, President and CEO of iCONECT, about their plans for closer integration. The interview is below. The integration continues, both as a technical matter and in … Continue reading

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Nuix webinar on 1 December: the tipping point of new technology in discovery

New technology for collaboration, communication and productivity turns up at both ends of the discovery process – not just in the ever more sophisticated tools for managing discovery documents but in the proliferation of new tools, data sources and data … Continue reading

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Interview: Benjamin Kennedy of NuLegal – Nuix and machine learning in the cloud

While I was at ILTA, Angela Bunting, VP eDiscovery at Nuix, introduced me to Benjamin Kennedy of Australian services provider NuLegal. NuLegal have made interesting use of Nuix entirely in the cloud and I asked Benjamin Kennedy to tell me … Continue reading

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Interview: Scott Cohen of Winston & Strawn and Angela Bunting of Nuix on the discovery difficulties of dealing with new data types

I wrote recently about a paper called Collaborating in the Cloud: eDiscovery Risks and Opportunities by Angela Bunting, VP eDiscovery at Nuix and Scott Cohen, Director of E-Discovery Support Services at Winston & Strawn. A while back, I interviewed the pair of them about some … Continue reading

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Panama Papers and Data Protection at the Nuix User Exchange

There are people, I know, who can bash out a 1,400 word report about an event in the cab on the way back to the airport, but I am not one of them. I have done four other events since … Continue reading

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Angela Bunting of Nuix talks about eDiscovery risks and opportunities from collaborating in the cloud

Angela Bunting is VP, eDiscovery at Nuix. She has just written a paper for Nuix called Collaborating in the Cloud: eDiscovery risks and opportunities. I caught up with her at ILTA and asked about some of the subjects covered by … Continue reading

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Coming in to land at my desk shortly

Tired after a series of long flights for short events, I recently suggested to my wife that I might not attend one of the big annual US eDiscovery events. “But they’ll all think you’re dead or retired”, she said. She … Continue reading

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Nuix and Consilio seminar on 24 and 25 August: eDiscovery and information governance in Office 365

Nuix and Consilio join forces on 24 August in San Francisco and on 25 August in Cupertino to lead a half-day seminar on eDiscovery and information governance challenges for Office 365 data. Those who attend will come away with strategies, … Continue reading

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Panama Papers and cross-border data flows at the Nuix User Exchange

Everyone has their own reasons for going to the Nuix User Exchange – there is something for everyone on the Agenda, whether they are engaged in eDiscovery, law enforcement, forensics or security and whether as corporate client, lawyer, hands-on user, … Continue reading

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Disclosing native files by default – proportionate common sense in any jurisdiction

From time to time, I mock the curious assertion that “US discovery is two years ahead of the UK and the rest of the world”. I did it most recently in my article about Legaltech Hong Kong where I referred … Continue reading

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Fronteo and Nuix partnership brings Nuix processing power to Fronteo products

I wrote recently about UBIC’s rebranding as Fronteo. Fronteo has got off to a good start with a strategic discovery partnership with Nuix. The agreement allows Fronteo to bring the speed and processing power of Nuix to the ever-growing volumes … Continue reading

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Interview with Eddie Sheehy as he celebrates 10 years as CEO at Nuix

Eddie Sheehy, CEO of Nuix, has been with the company for ten years. To mark the occasion, the Nuix marketing department asked him ten questions about his time with a company which has seen remarkable growth in a very short … Continue reading

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Nuix living up to its promises at the Insider Conference in London

I was diverted from writing about the Nuix Insider Conference, held in London on 23 March, by the news of the Panama Papers which broke shortly afterwards. That was too topical to miss, and Nuix played a major part in … Continue reading

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Nuix webinar on 21 April: Insider threats – protecting data during eDiscovery

Nuix has a webinar on 21 April called Insider threats – protecting data during eDiscovery. I interviewed Michael Chance of Nuix on this subject in February. The webinar details are here, with the video interview below. All businesses are vulnerable to the risk of … Continue reading

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Nuix provides the power behind the humans investigating the Panama Papers leaks

The Panama Papers story gives us a very big and high-profile example of how the processing and analytical power of software like Nuix can uncover facts and links which would it otherwise take large teams of humans years to find, if … Continue reading

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Interview: Erika Namnath of H5 talks about the advantages of using Nuix for fast and accurate search

Erika Namnath is Associate Director, eDiscovery Technical Services, at H5. Nuix invited me to interview her at Legaltech about the contribution which Nuix makes to H5’s long-standing reputation in eDiscovery search. Erika Namnath said that the special feature of H5’s … Continue reading

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The case of the missing week

Looking at this week’s output, you wouldn’t know I spent almost the whole of last weekend drafting stuff for publication. The biggest of the resulting articles (because it has a long-term purpose) was my account of Recommind’s panel session Predictive … Continue reading

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Interview: Eddie Sheehy of Nuix and and Ian Campbell of iCONECT on the partnership between the two companies

At Legaltech I interviewed Eddie Sheehy of Nuix and Ian Campbell of iCONECT shortly after the announcement of a new level of partnership between their respective companies. iCONECT-XERA is an eDiscovery review platform. Ian Campbell said that clients wanted a … Continue reading

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iCONECT expands into healthcare while adding to XERA functionality

Among my video interviews from Legaltech, is one with Ian Campbell, CEO of iCONECT (see Ian Campbell talks about forthcoming developments at iCONECT) in which he hinted at a wide range of pending developments for iCONECT, both at the corporate level and in … Continue reading

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Interview: Katie Fitzgerald of Lighthouse in the UK on using Nuix for case strategy and information governance

In my recent interview with him, Eddie Sheehy, CEO of Nuix, stressed the mission of Nuix to help tell stories from data. Nuix, Eddie said, brings two principal elements to investigations, whether for litigation or anything else: fast processing is … Continue reading

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Interview: Eddie Sheehy, CEO of Nuix, on using data to tell stories

I caught up with Eddie Sheehy, CEO of Nuix, at Legaltech and asked him what was going to be important for Nuix and its clients in 2016. Nuix began as a forensics company and moved from there into eDiscovery. Both … Continue reading

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Angela Bunting of Nuix on the benefits of being on top of the data

Angela Bunting is Director of eDiscovery Products and Solutions at Nuix. When I interviewed her last September, she had just written a paper called Putting perspective back into eDiscovery whose theme was the benefit of getting on top of the … Continue reading

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Nuix Insider Conference in London on 23 March

The Nuix Insider Conference will take place in London on 23 March. It is an educational event, aimed at anyone from advanced existing users to those who are new to Nuix. Some of the sessions are technical ones to do … Continue reading

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Another year, another LegalTech

My New Year resolution, in business terms, was to take on things only if a) they had a business benefit for me or b) they benefited one or more of my sponsors and/or c) were interesting. I would cut down … Continue reading

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Eddie Sheehy of Nuix talks about the need for speed and context in investigations

Speed is important in eDiscovery whether that is for litigation or for investigations. This is partly because time is money, and anything which reduces time reduces also the cost of the investigation, but there are other reasons why the advantage … Continue reading

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Information Governance webinars from Nuix

Nuix has bundled together a set of video webinars designed to demystify information governance and, as Nuix puts it, to “move the discourse on IG from theory to action”. The webinar titles are self-explanatory: The real story of what information … Continue reading

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Nuix track at Legaltech: Information Governance Challenges

One of the most enjoyable parts of last year’s LegalTech New York was the information governance track run by Nuix on the closing day. I was a participant in an IG panel led by Julie Colgan of Nuix which, as … Continue reading

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Devices which tell their own eDiscovery story

I mentioned in a recent article the “Frequent Locations” feature in iPhones and iPads. Whatever you think about being tracked in this way, I cannot say that it is very accurate, at least as shown on my iPad (it was … Continue reading

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Challenges of email archive discovery – and some recent examples

Back in the summer, I wrote an article summarising the lessons from a Nuix webinar on email archives. Nuix has now created an infographic called The challenges of email archive discovery which you can find here together with a link to … Continue reading

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Nuix Proof Finder adds functionality and operating systems as it passes the $250,000 mark

In 2011, Nuix launched a version of its digital discovery and investigations software called Proof Finder, priced at $100 per year. It was not just the price which was remarkable: all the receipts went to a charity called Room to … Continue reading

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Nuix product demos webinar series

Nuix is now delivering weekly 30 minute webinars about the features in its latest products. The webinars are presented by Nuix engineers and subject-matter experts, and aim to address commonly-asked technical questions on product features. The webinars can be found … Continue reading

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The Information Governance Conference 2015 – #InfoGovCon2015

The Information Governance Conference 2015, or #InfoGovCon2015, takes place in Hartford, CT from 29 September to 1 October with the subtitle Take the IG Journey. The agenda is here and the speaker list is here. That would normally be enough to entice me … Continue reading

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Useful lessons from a Nuix webinar on email archives

I don’t know about you, but my heart doesn’t exactly race at the thought of listening for an hour to a webinar on email archives. On the face of it, email archives fall into the category known as “worthy but … Continue reading

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Iris, Nuix and Recommind are winners at ALM Legaltech LTN Innovation Awards

I was preparing to go away when news broke of the award winners in ALM’s 2015 LTN Innovation awards, and so come to them rather late. IRIS Data Services won the award for Best eDiscovery Managed Services Provider with it’s … Continue reading

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Nuix webinar on 28 July: eDiscovery best practices when dealing with email archives

On 28 July, Nuix is presenting a webinar called eDiscovery best practices when dealing with email archives. It it addresses a problem faced by many organisations: very large volumes of email are gathered over many years; they are the source … Continue reading

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Nuix webinar on 2 June: The state of Information Governance today

Nuix is producing a webinar on 2 June with the title The state of Information Governance today. The speakers are Julie Colgan, Head of Information Governance Solutions at Nuix, James Arnold, Managing Director, US Forensic Technology Services at KPMG LLP and Barclay Blair,  Founder & Executive … Continue reading

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A new release from Nuix and some events for its users

The thing about Nuix, from a commentator’s point of view, is that it has always got something new to say, across multiple fronts and in many jurisdictions at once. If, as I just have, you have a run of events … Continue reading

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Taking a breather from eDiscovery events

Apart from a couple of webinars and the occasional lunchtime event in London, I am gratefully back at my desk for most of the time between now and mid-May. That is deliberate, and I need it, not just to keep … Continue reading

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eDiscovery conference agenda focuses on non-conventional data sources

In offering you the agenda of the Third Annual Electronic Discovery Conference at Levin College of Law at the University of Florida, I am not seeking to encourage you to attend – you will have to run, since it takes … Continue reading

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Asia Technology Summit in Hong Kong in March 2014

As part of my record of the year 2014, I am publishing belatedly the photograph sets from some of the events which I attended in 2014. Among them was the Asia Technology Summit in Hong Kong in March 2014. We have had the … Continue reading

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Why I go to LegalTech

This is personal – it is about what I go to LegalTech for. As I make clear below, if you are a potential buyer of software, then LegalTech is the perfect place to see demos of everything relevant under one … Continue reading

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The run-up to LegalTech 2015 in New York

Apart from the big story of last week, Microsoft’s acquisition of Equivio, most of my output in the last few days has been about events planned for LegalTech 2015 which takes place in New York from 3 to 5 February. … Continue reading

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Irish Times eDiscovery article as a warm-up for this week’s conference

As I have mentioned before, there is an eDiscovery conference taking place in Dublin this Friday, 14 November. Its website is here and the brochure is here. Speakers include Mr Justice Frank Clarke of the Irish Supreme Court, US Magistrate … Continue reading

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Keeping one’s eye on the ball

The scene: the eye clinic at the John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford. The time: 9.00am. The plan: a quick inspection following a referral from my optician, then back to my desk. The outcome: “Nothing to worry about, but we’ll just put you into … Continue reading

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ILTA 2014: Diversification the key for litigation support vendors

This is one of a set of posts about the content and the discussion at ILTA 2014 in Nashville. Originally intended as a single post, the result was too long for that and I decided to split them up. See … Continue reading

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Identifying opportunities at the second ALM – ILTA Legal Technology Summit in Hong Kong

ALM and ILTA brought their second Asia Legal Technology Summit to Hong Kong in March. I make no apology for reporting on this event several weeks after it took place. I went on a long trip to the US almost immediately … Continue reading

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Launch of the Information Governance Initiative

The most interesting topic of discussion at LegalTech 2014 was not some new technology nor the proposed revisions to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, but the launch of the Information Governance Initiative. That is certainly not to dismiss the … Continue reading

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Washington and New York to Mitchell via privacy, Singapore and Lobachevsky

The problem with running a website which offers news and updates is that people notice when it lies silent – the essence of news is that it is new. In fact, I have never aspired to timeliness and, as I … Continue reading

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Evidence, privacy and proportionality at Lawtech Europe Congress in Prague

I have no particular ambition to write up events as soon as they finish. Distance lends perspective, and anything worth reporting at all will be as valuable a couple of months later. The Civil Procedure Rules of England and Wales … Continue reading

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Welcome to Iris Data Services as a sponsor of the eDisclosure Information Project

IRIS Data Services, a Kansas-based eDiscovery services provider with a world-wide footprint, has now opened in London. I am very pleased to welcome Iris as the latest sponsor of the eDisclosure Information Project. IRIS was established in 2007 by President … Continue reading

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UK judges and predictive coding – open to any proportionate suggestion

Charles Christian’s Legal IT Insider has been hosting a discussion about the likely reaction of case managing judges to the proposed use of technology like predictive coding. The starting point is a thoughtful article by Drew Lewis, eDiscovery Counsel of … Continue reading

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Discussing eDisclosure round the table at the Brewery

The fact that we enjoyed ourselves at the TGCI eDisclosure event in London did not make it any less of a serious forum for discussion. The round-table format, the complete absence of PowerPoint slides, and the invitation to delegates to … Continue reading

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Nuix and the Global Offshore Money Maze – tools and skills go beyond conventional eDiscovery

Whilst this story has Nuix software as its inspiration, the point is a wider one – where do you start when you don’t know where to start on a large collection of data? A combination of software and shoe leather … Continue reading

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Small and medium-sized cases have electronic documents too

Three articles come my way at once, connected by the theme that electronic documents raise management issues in small and medium-size cases and not only in the large ones which tend to hog the limelight. One of the articles comes … Continue reading

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Blog posts on eDiscovery | eDisclosure in January 2013

Here is a list of the 58 blog posts published in January 2013 on my Commentary Blog and Updates Blog. They got 9,464 page views between them. As mentioned in a recent post, the web site has been smartened up … Continue reading

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Blog posts on eDiscovery | eDisclosure in December 2012

Here is a list of my blog posts of December 2012 on eDiscovery / eDisclosure and related matters. After several months of experiments, I have abandoned my Google Plus page for my short eDiscovery posts in favour of a second … 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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Short eDiscovery updates to 20 October

Here is a summary of the (relatively few) eDiscovery updates posted on my Google Plus page between 14 and 20 October. ______________________________ Xerox adds streamlined redaction to its upgraded Omnix 5.4 discovery platform The headline feature in the new release … Continue reading

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iCONECT + EMC SourceOne – Kazeon equals seamless workflow integration

Two of the most interesting shifts in the eDiscovery market in recent years are embraced by the words “consolidation” and “integration”. “Consolidation” implies that one company has bought another to fill a gap in its portfolio, to broaden its client-base … Continue reading

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Short eDiscovery updates to 13 October

Most of these updates on my Google Plus site are from the week ending 6 October. After that, I was at the Masters Conference in Washington and at an event given by Symantec-Clearwell at Tower Bridge, with no time to write. … Continue reading

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Short eDiscovery updates to 29 September

I was at a Washington conference for much of the week ending 22 September and the updates for that week are correspondingly reduced in number. This selection covers two weeks’ of my Google+ updates. Some of them relate to webinars … Continue reading

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Short eDiscovery updates to 15 September 2012

This continues my new practice of summarising posts, mainly about eDiscovery, which have appeared on my Google Plus page recently. There are 26 of them in this summary, which points to a busy week (now two weeks ago) of announcements … Continue reading

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Short eDiscovery updates to 28 August 2012

I am increasingly using Google Plus to supplement the main articles in this blog. This allows me to cover a wider range of topics, mainly links to articles by others, to webinar announcements and to other things which would otherwise … Continue reading

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LawTech Europe Congress in Prague on 12 November

My series of articles on future eDisclosure/eDiscovery conferences keeps being interrupted by my attendance at current conferences, most recently by a week at ILTA 2012 in Washington D.C. The conference season now seems to last all year, at least for … 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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The Nuix Information Governance Forum: a defensible deletion case study of massive proportions

This is a continuation of a series of posts about the Nuix Information Governance Forum, held in June at Palm Beach in Florida. This session was moderated by Carolyn Betts, marketing director at Nuix. The panel comprised Dan Regard of … Continue reading

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The Nuix Information Governance Forum: Defining the IG Problem

Any attempt to write up the Nuix Information Governance Forum, held recently at Palm Beach in Florida, neatly illustrates the very point which was central to the discussions there – one ends up with an awful lot of data, in … Continue reading

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Seeing rather too much of London this week

Fate is usually kind enough to give me spaces between the big events and time enough to write them up before the next one. Fate has not been so kind this week: with two major events yet unreported (Hong Kong … Continue reading

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Back from the Nuix Information Governance Forum in Palm Beach

The Nuix Information Governance Forum, which has just closed in Palm Beach, Florida, was a late entry into my calendar. Nuix CEO Eddie Sheehy mentioned it to me when we were in Hong Kong a couple of weeks ago and it … Continue reading

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Something for everyone at IQPC’s Information Governance and eDisclosure Summit

If you want a rounded account of IQPC’s successful Information Governance and eDisclosure Summit in London this week, this is not the place to find it. I was involved in five events over the three days and spent most of … Continue reading

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Conference topics indicate the important eDiscovery and eDisclosure themes

That part of my life which involves speaking has four elements – preparation, travel, delivery and reporting. The month of May always has a full diary of events, and this year has more than usual. Of the four elements, the … Continue reading

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Australia, New Zealand and Hong Kong claiming eDiscovery attention

Australia, New Zealand and Hong Kong only look close together when viewed from a long way away. They all have a common law eDiscovery tradition, but it is coincidence of timing rather than any specific commonality which groups them together … Continue reading

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Speaking and learning at iCONECT’s Global Summit on Litigation Technology

I had the pleasure and privilege of giving the opening day’s keynote speech at iCONECT’s Global Summit on Litigation Technology in Florida last week. I brought back at least as much as I delivered in terms of the understanding of … Continue reading

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Proof Finder 2 from Nuix now on video

Proof Finder 2 is a limited edition version of Nuix’s investigations and eDiscovery software tool which, in an imaginative exercise, the company is selling for $100 per licence per year. It has all the functionality of the full product, subject … Continue reading

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The Convergence of eDiscovery and Information Governance – the movie

I have referred more than once to the webinar which Nuix organised just before LegalTech with the title The Convergence of eDiscovery and Information Governance. I moderated it, and the panel comprised Craig Ball, Attorney and Forensic Technologist, Stephen Stewart, … Continue reading

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Innovation and informed risk-taking are an eDiscovery duty

A speaker at a Nuix dinner prompts the thought that eDiscovery innovation lies in simply doing what the rules and codes of professional conduct require anyway. By chance, Ralph Losey has written on that subject this week. Risk is a … Continue reading

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Taking stock of the eDiscovery world

This is a good moment to pause a little and look around the eDiscovery / eDisclosure world.  The wide range of topics which make this such an interesting field are all getting an airing at once. The stream of useful … Continue reading

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Nuix Webinar: The Convergence of eDiscovery and Information Governance

I am moderating an Inside Counsel live webinar for Nuix with the title The Convergence of eDiscovery and Information Governance on Tuesday 24 January at 1pm to 2pm EST / 10am to 11am PT / 6:00pm to 7:00pm GMT. The … 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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Plenty happening in eDiscovery for the beginning of 2012

If Friday’s flurry of activity on my Google+ page and on Twitter suggests catch-up and deck-clearing then that is exactly what it was. The Google+ page was set up for short snippets which, whatever weight they actually deserved, were not … Continue reading

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Equivio near duplicate and e-mail threads integrated into Relativity

Equivio and kCura have got in ahead of the LegalTech announcements flurry by launching an Equivio tab In Relativity. “Integration” means just that – Relativity users access Equivio’s analytic functionality without either they or the data leaving Relativity. The words … Continue reading

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Dominic Regan on Jackson and costs at the Epiq Showcase

I wrote a post in anticipation of Epiq Systems London Showcase on 8 November, focusing mainly on the scope and depth of the consultancy services and software options which are available to lawyers and their clients from broadly-based providers like … 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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Proof Finder: 1,000 Nuix licenses at $100 for charity – you learn eDiscovery while others learn to read

EDiscovery software provider Nuix has come up with an imaginative plan which simultaneously provides lawyers and others with hands-on opportunities to develop technical eDiscovery skills and helps increase literacy skills to children in developing countries. Like so many imaginative plans, … Continue reading

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IQPC Munich eDiscovery themes recur around the world

I was not sorry when my plane’s wheels touched down at Heathrow on my return from IQPC’s Information Retention and eDiscovery Exchange in Munich on Wednesday night, bringing to an end 28,000 miles of eDiscovery travel in six weeks. A … Continue reading

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Epiq Systems Solutions Showcase in London on 8 November

Epiq Systems is holding an E-Disclosure /  E-Discovery Solutions Showcase at the Barbican in London at 4.30pm on 8 November. Its title is The Power of Options, which seems appropriate for an event which includes several leading software solutions as … Continue reading

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I see you have done no blog updates….

As comments go “I checked this morning and saw that you have done no blog updates” ranks very much higher than “Oh, do you keep a blog?”. The observation came, however, from someone who was also attending the Nuix Exchange … Continue reading

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kCura Relativity Ecosystem Apps and on-line User Support are good marketing

I spent part of the weekend wandering around the websites of various litigation software providers (we do have fun on Sundays here). I was actually in search of quotations to support (or undermine, as the case may be) a proposition … Continue reading

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Huron Consulting goes with Nuix

I rarely pass on press releases without some accompanying context, focusing on a few big articles rather than many snippets, but this one headed Huron Consulting replaces Autonomy with Nuix caught my eye as it was published. Nuix provides software … Continue reading

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Time to take the next steps: a Hong Kong eDiscovery conference

Leaving aside Australian conferences, this was my fourth AsiaPac event. Two years ago, I co-chaired a conference for LexisNexis in Singapore. Shortly after that, Jeffrey Teh and others from LexisNexis set up InnoXcell to bring business events to the region. … Continue reading

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