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Some Thoughts on the Gartner Magic Quadrant for E-Discovery Software 2015

Created on May 20, 2015


Chief Marketing Officer

The analyst firm Gartner published their annual Magic Quadrant for E-Discovery Software 2015 on May 18, and I'm beyond pleased to share that Exterro has been named a leader for the third year in a row. They publish this report every year “to help IT, legal and compliance leaders pick the right [vendor] for their needs" so being named a leader is a big deal for our company. But beyond the marketing value of receiving such recognition from a respected, independent firm, I think there are other benefits as well which could translate to your own business. I suspect that many of... Read More

Big Data by the Numbers and the Need for Information Governance

Created on May 18, 2015


Chief Marketing Officer

I've been having a lot of conversations lately about digital data. Specifically, the amount and rate at which it is being created, and also the cost of storing all of it. One thing I've noticed from all these discussions is that it is pretty easy to talk in generalities and get agreement on my main points. For example, I'll typically say something to the effect of, “the rate at which we are creating digital content is astounding – some have posited that it is doubling every two years. Furthermore, while the cost of storage is decreasing, it is decreasing at a lower rate than the... Read More

E-Discovery Advice from a Litigation Support Guru

Created on May 18, 2015


Senior Manager, Marketing Programs

Over the next couple months, Exterro is partnering with the popular litigation support blog, Litigation Support Guru, to bring you new tips and advice for managing e-discovery projects. Amy Bowser-Rollins, a 'litigation support enthusiast,' manages and writes the Litigation Support Guru, providing best practices for nurturing and mentoring less experienced litigation support professionals in advancing their litigation support and e-discovery careers. To help kickoff the new partnership, I had a chance to speak with Amy about her blog and some of the challenges that impact... Read More

A Primer on the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) and Obtaining Government ESI

Created on May 13, 2015


Content Marketing Manager

Corporations struggling under the weight of mountains of electronic data and rapid fire e-discovery requests may find solace in the fact that they don't have it nearly as bad as many government agencies. That's thanks to law known as the Freedom of Information Act, or FOIA for short, which, according to the government's website, is a “law that keeps citizens in the know about their government" by granting people access to government records. As an e-discovery software vendor, FOIA wasn't really on our radar until we encountered a handful of governmental agencies who said it was... Read More

The Results Are In! Find Out the Biggest E-Discovery Challenge Facing In-House Legal and IT Professionals

Created on May 11, 2015


Content Marketing Manager

Throughout the month of April, Exterro ran a survey asking in-house legal and IT professionals to tell us their biggest e-discovery challenge and why. We received nearly 150 responses to the survey, along with many insightful comments. Results of the survey and best practices for overcoming some of the common challenges identified by respondents were shared on a recent Exterro webcast, “Practical Advice for your Biggest E-Discovery Challenges" (now available for complimentary on-demand viewing). We also created an infographic, which highlights results of the survey broken down by... Read More

Why Legal Directors are Bringing E-Discovery In House

Created on May 7, 2015


Content Marketing Manager

The responsibilities of any corporate law department leader tasked with overseeing e-discovery, whether he or she carries the title of legal director or something similar, revolve around two core business objectives: controlling costs and mitigating risk. Of course, in-house counsel often serve in an advisory role, assessing business transactions, steering company policy, overseeing litigation issues and managing relationships with outside firms. But as litigation costs have ballooned in recent years, legal directors have been compelled to turn their attention towards a more pressing area... Read More

E-Discovery - Theory vs. Practice

Created on May 6, 2015


Solutions Consultant

I am the newest contributor to Exterro's E-Discovery and Information Governance Blog. I am a Senior Solutions Consultant for Exterro and hope to bring a unique perspective to the content on our blog. I've been involved in some facet of E-Discovery for about eight years and during my almost three years at Exterro, I've seen a lot, heard a lot, resolved a lot, and run around…a lot. Prior to my role as Solutions Consultant, I was a member of Exterro's Client Success Project Management team. In this role, I helped guide our dedicated and hard-working clients through the stages of a... Read More

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