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How eDiscovery Practices Can Get Greater Performance From The Cloud

Jordan McQuown, CTO of George Jon, recently wrote an article for Forbes that focuses on eDiscovery performance in cloud environments and how to bolster efficiency through advanced platform architecture.

According to Jordan, a pervasive issue users encounter is what is called “the inverse performance equation (IPE)”: for every gig of data that gets added to a matter, speed degrades by an equal measure.

“Performance in the cloud works adequately well for small matters with just a few gigs of data. However, as datasets scale to hundreds of gigabytes, reviewer performance can quickly slow to a crawl. This is maddening for staff and can result in missed deadlines.”

To read the full article: How E-Discovery Practices Can Get Greater Performance From The Cloud.

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