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Why ISO 27001 Certification is Essential in eDiscovery

Yaron Goldstein
Yaron Goldstein | February 28, 2019
ISO

ZyLAB is one of the few companies in the eDiscovery space that has earned an ISO 27001 certification. Other companies claim to be compliant with the data security practices set forth in ISO 27001. But anyone could say they are compliant. It holds nowhere near the same weight as obtaining ISO 27001…

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Why ISO27001 Certification is a CTO’s eDiscovery Dream

Yaron Goldstein
Yaron Goldstein | February 21, 2019
ISO

As the Chief Technology Officer or IT department leader, all the pressures of information security management fall squarely on your shoulders. And those pressures are significant. IBM calculated that a single data breach costs an organization an average of $3.86 million. The accompanying reputation…

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ZyLAB is proud to be a Microsoft Gold Partner for 12 Years!

Yaron Goldstein
Yaron Goldstein | February 6, 2019
Microsoft Gold Partner Logo

Since December 2006, ZyLAB has continuously been a certified Microsoft Gold partner. This certification is constantly promoting ZyLAB's expertise and relationship with Microsoft to our customers. The benefits provided through our Gold Certified status allow us to continue to enhance the offerings…

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Why Legal has nothing to fear from Technology

Yannick Duport
Yannick Duport | December 11, 2018
Fear

The science of document classification is not as old and venerable as the Law, but its roots go back to 19th century German academia. The first American school for library science saw the light of day at Columbia University in 1887. Now known as the School of Library Service, the department’s…

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Lessons learned from 35 Years of Legal Searching

Jan Scholtes
Jan Scholtes | November 27, 2018
Idea

Despite the fact full-text searching has been around since the 1960's, there remain many challenges in the field of legal searching technology to overcome. Search engines such as Google have created the general perception that we can search for anything, but this technology is driven by popularity,…

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Assisted Review - let IT cut through the tech hype

Yannick Duport
Yannick Duport | November 21, 2018
Cutting

The Law and Technology are not natural bedfellows. The Law explains itself in words (even words in Latin), but Technology uses networks, platforms, code – how many lawyers engaged in eDiscovery have ever seen a page of code, let alone written one? They have different mindsets, Legal and IT, and a…

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Assisted Review: can we turn down the noise please, TAR 2.0?

Yannick Duport
Yannick Duport | November 14, 2018
Noise

The techniques that underlie eDiscovery as it is practised today did not come out of nowhere, but lean heavily on the science of document classification that was invented in the late 1820's in Germany. The first American school for library science was founded at Columbia University in 1887. 

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Assisted review - don't get ROI rage

Yannick Duport
Yannick Duport | November 7, 2018
ROI 1

Although eDiscovery is said to have been ‘invented’ in 1999, it is now an integral part of the legal process. Even a slip-up over a detail could cost you your case, or weaken your position when you’re negotiating a settlement, this is why you can’t cut corners when it comes to eDiscovery.  

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Building a business case to take control of eDiscovery

Dennis van der Veeke
Dennis van der Veeke | October 3, 2018
Saas Solution on the Mechanism of Metal Cogwheels.

eDiscovery does not generate revenue for the organization, it disrupts businesses and limits the time and energy that management could otherwise invest in their core activities. Nevertheless, the need to use automation to control data volumes and high costs for external service providers is real.…

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