October 21, 2014

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

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

The EDRM Buyer’s Guide – Part III

This week we are posting an excerpt from our recently published EDRM Buyer’s Guide; a phase-by phase walkthrough and checklist created by a former Litigation Project Manager using guidelines developed during implementation of a top oil and gas… Read more

Is Per Gig Pricing Dead? Let’s Hope So….

Ben Kerschberg, from Consero Group LLC, recently authored an article for Forbes.com on one of my favorite topics…the per gig pricing model.  AccessData’s sentiments on this antiquated per pound archetype is well known.  Mr. Kerschberg covers… Read more

Bit-By-Bit: A Reality Check

From the people who advocated the backup system, “Ghost” ((For those of you who are not familiar with Ghost, it was one of the first bit-by-bit copying products on the market and was aimed at IT and disaster recovery markets.)) as an attempted… Read more

The EDRM Buyer’s Guide – Part I

This week we are posting an excerpt from our recently published EDRM Buyer’s Guide; a phase-by phase walk-through and checklist created by a former Litigation Project Manager using guidelines developed during implementation of a top oil and gas… Read more

Privacy Update: Does Current Law Comport with Modern Search and Collection?

The topic of privacy keeping pace with new technologies is far from new and we can find articles on the issue almost weekly, each one suggesting that it is time for U.S. Supreme Court adjudication (See article posted on Law.com, Questions in the… Read more