is here and things are slowly starting to pick back up in the world of
eDiscovery. Here are the biggest things from this past quarter that we don’t
want you to miss.
Game Changer for Privilege Logs
Creating privilege logs is expensive and time-consuming, but it doesn’t have to be anymore. Our Suite of Technology offers the latest version of H5MA (2.7.3) which introduces a Privilege Log Builder Module. The builder improves and optimizes the workflow by including a customizable and reusable template that allows you to carry them from case to case. The H5MA Privilege Analytics algorithm identifies potentially privileged documents with customization options for privilege reasons, name normalization outputs, and field manipulation—all through the user interface in Relativity—streamlining the process from beginning to end. Say goodbye to Excel and overlays; now it’s possible to quickly, efficiently, and collaboratively create privilege logs directly within Relativity or RelativityOne.
Emojis have become a huge component of the way we communicate today. That’s why it’s important we’re able to analyze them properly to understand their usage, meaning, and context. The latest update to Brainspace in the Suite of Technology is just that—emoji analysis and display. They can now be shown in visualizations and are available in concept and keyword searches, and supervised learning. Next up…GIFs?
Protection in the Cloud
cloud environment has its own security needs; those of which are even more
rigorous when the cloud environment holds personally identifiable information.
27018 is an internationally accepted certification that recognizes proper
privacy and security guidelines for protectingPII in the cloud. We
achieved this certification recently to ensure our clients (and their clients)
are protected. Learn more about this and other pertinent security certifications
in our Buyer’s Guide to Security and
learn more about these new eDiscovery software features or our new security
certification, contact us at email@example.com.
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