Do you know you may be inadvertently revealing privileged data via metadata in a load file? The protection of privileged information is fundamental to the attorney-client relationship. To that end, the ediscovery workflow should direct top priority to protect privileged information, wherever it exists. Read this post to learn how DISCO allows you to redact both text and metadata right in DISCO, ensuring confidential/privileged data is not exposed.
DISCO is excited to roll out its 100th product release in just more than three years to all its customers. In a world where SaaS (software-as-a-service) delivery and cloud infrastructure have become indispensible, injecting domain expertise and the user's point-of-view into the product development process has become crucial in building a successful product.
Until recently, working with email images has been inefficient in ediscovery due to the inability to extract metadata, create conversation threads, and identify inclusive emails. DISCO’s advanced processing engine detects email communications by reviewing every image file uploaded and identifies, extracts, and indexes email metadata, creates conversation threads, and Identifies inclusive emails. DISCO intelligently finds, extracts, and populates email metadata fields (such as to, from, cc, bcc, subject, and sent time) significantly improving conversation threading results.
If you have ever walked around a legal conference, I am sure you have been inundated with the phrase ‘it’s easy to use’ followed by a wink and the words ‘trust me.’ So what makes an ediscovery software easy to use?