How To Do It For Little-To-No Additional Cost
As an eDiscovery consultant, I’ve assessed and managed hundreds of client environments. I’ve been fortunate to work with some truly talented technologists. After thousands of engagements, here’s what I’ve learned. The pressure to perform in this industry is incredibly high. I see organizations struggling with two core questions. First, how do we do more with less, given that budgets and resources are limited? Second, how do handle a large new project that could overwhelm our existing capacities?
Five Guiding Principles For Finding The Hidden Money In The Mattress
Over the last five years, the eDiscovery industry has experienced dramatic disruptive change. One of the biggest changes has to do with client expectations. eDiscovery costs have skyrocketed for a variety of reasons. But clients seem to believe that technology, not people, now do most of this work. They expect to pay less because they seem to believe that AI and technology systems have made eDiscovery cheaper. This has produced substantial downward pressure on eDiscovery hosting and processing fees.
How To Plug These Security Holes Right Now
Over the course of my fifteen-year career as a technology consultant, I’ve audited hundreds of eDiscovery environments. Nearly every eDiscovery environment I’ve audited contains security holes. These holes exist despite the very best efforts to secure client data.
How early-release vetting will shorten the certification schedule.
George Jon is committed to keeping clients abreast of material changes affecting eDiscovery platforms and the industry at large. This article discusses internal research conducted on the forthcoming Relativity Server 2021, which we expect to be released on Wednesday, March 24th. The George Jon Application Testing team has installed an early release of Relativity Server 2021 in the GJ Lab, prior to the official release of Relativity Server 2021.
The Case Against Hyper-Converged Infrastructure for eDiscovery
by Jordan McQuown
Chief Technology Officer
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Why DR systems are vital to countering ransomware threats.
Suffering a ransomware attack is a costly proposition for every modern organization. There are various cyber-security threats that companies must counter on a daily basis, from phishing and denial-of-service attacks to zero-day exploits and simple human error. But of all the threats lurking in today’s digital world, ransomware is by far the most menacing, a profitable “mechanism of chaos” for hackers and cybercriminals.
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We've optimized migrations to public clouds to ensure cost-effective, scalable solutions.
As predicted by Forbes, 83% of enterprise workloads will be in “the cloud” by year’s end 2020, comprised of 20% private cloud, 22% hybrid cloud, and 41% public cloud. In forecasting and preparing for this critical transition, George Jon has tested and optimized migrations of eDiscovery applications to public clouds to ensure a cost-effective, scalable, and performant solution that meets industry demands.
eDiscovery users must segregate their highly sensitive data from everyday ops.
Information assets maintained by law firms, corporate enterprises, and third-party service providers are constantly under siege from growing, ever-evolving cyber-attacks. As a member of the eDiscovery community and due to the highly sensitive nature of the data you process and store, your firm has a target on its back and for good reason.