Tag: Relativity

An Analytics Comparison Guide

Like many other people in our industry, I fell into litigation support under the umbrella of Concordance followed by Relativity, and followed by adding Brainspace to the quickly growing list of software applications on the market. Immediately I found myself knee-deep in each tool: learning their features, customizing workflows,...

Why Is Hosting Data in Relativity So Expensive?

As the price for cloud-based storage plummets on platforms like AWS and Google, it’s surprising that hosting vendors specializing in eDiscovery—and specifically those hosting data in Relativity—continue to charge so much. As it turns out, it's not a racket....

A Buyer’s Guide to Security and Privacy Certifications

IT procurement teams now have difficulty asking the right questions to shine a light on policies that govern their sensitive data and, perhaps more importantly, verify the accuracy and ongoing adherence to those policies....

Q4 2020 Headliners

We finally made it to the end of the year! From new features to new applications, here are the big things that happened in Q4 in case you missed them. There are plenty of options in the market for language translation tools but depending on your project requirements, budget,...

Q3 Headliners

A few big things happened this quarter that we feel deserve another mention: privilege analytics, social media collection, and a new RegEx tool for Relativity. Here’s a quick overview of each and why you’ll want to know about them....

Meet X1 Social Discovery

X1 Social Discovery provides a case-centric workflow that includes searching, collection, analysis, export, and production functionality. Data is presented in a searchable format, along with forensically sound metadata–a welcome addition of information that is simply not possible through image capturing....

Evaluating 5 Relativity Hosting Models

Davis, Graham & Stubbs recognized a shift in the legal tech marketplace. Changes in technology, regulations, security practices, and pricing would require a re-evaluation of their entire system so they set out to evaluate all Relativity hosting options on level ground. The following case study documents the decision-making process...