December 21, 2014

Who DAT!? – “Tips from the Trainers” Series

Much to my wife’s (and other Saints fans’) disappointment, this post is not about football.  No, it’s about DAT files, the standard type of load file that is created from some legal review applications – such as Relativity and Concordance…. Read more

On the Road: Digital Forensics Education Today

During my latest trip on the road I visited with some of AccessData’s clients and several prospective clients, some of which were colleges and universities. It was during my visits with these colleges and universities that I learned just what a… Read more

Our Support for iBlaze will continue. Period.

Last week, Barry Murphy at eDiscovery Journal wrote a great blog post about how AccessData will continue to support our heritage product iBlaze indefinitely – and we want to comment. You may be wondering, “Now, why is this newsworthy? Isn’t there… Read more

E-Discovery – A Way of Reducing the Cost of Litigation

The legal sector is currently going through one of the most significant transformations in its history. The downturn in the economy is reducing the overall volume of legal work, and factors like the introduction of Alternative Business… Read more

ADUC 2013: Day Three Round-Up and Final Thoughts

Day One    |   Day Two   |  Day Three   So, I’m beginning this post on the runway.  I will likely finish it back home tonight after my daughter goes to sleep. As I look out the window and see the Luxor, Paris, New York, New York… Read more

ADUC 2013: Day Two Round-Up

Day One    |   Day Two   |  Day Three   Welcome back!  After last night’s fun and games at the Haze and beyond, it’s completely understandable that it’s taken a few of you a while to come back for my round-up of ADUC, Day… Read more

New Summation Hardware & Architecture

For those of you who don’t know me, I should probably start with a quick introduction.  My name is Scott Lefton and I’m Sales Engineer with AccessData.  For almost 10 years I’ve been in Litigation Support, some folks call me a “Summation… Read more

Is $1.3M Worth Having Your Ethics Questioned?

“Ethics is knowing the difference between what you have a right to do and what is right to do.“ -Justice Potter Stewart   You know what I like most about standards, the fact that there are so many to choose from.  You have IEEE… Read more

Ready or Not, It’s Time for Corporate America to Address Social Media

This past month I attended an e-discovery conference and sat in on one of the sessions that covered social media in Corporate America.  It made sense that I attend this session because at some point over the past five years I had been anointed a,… Read more

E-Discovery 101: 5 Tips to Help You Keep It Short and Simple (“KISS”)

I don’t know one person that enjoys participating in something they aren’t very good at.  I roll my eyes every time we visit some friends that want to play Trivial Pursuit.  The reason I frown at playing that game is because I’m not very… Read more