Cloud-Based, Enterprise-Grade eDiscovery Now Possible for the Largest and Most Complex Discovery Challenges
HOUSTON — August 16, 2018 — Cloud discovery leader DISCO today launched DISCO for Enterprise, effectively eliminating the need for on-premise legacy discovery platforms and solutions.
DISCO for Enterprise supports the largest organizations and their complete breadth of discovery matters, including the most complex, multi-terabyte discovery challenges. The cloud-native solution provides organization-level matter, user, and data management, along with the scalability, reliability, and security that organizations demand. It also enables collaboration between global teams and seamlessly handles self-service workflows — from data collection through production.
“DISCO has done what the industry thought was impossible — empower legal organizations to embrace a single cloud-based ediscovery platform that meets every one of their discovery needs,” said Neil Etheridge, DISCO chief marketing officer. “Regardless of the size and scope of litigation, DISCO for Enterprise finally brings ediscovery into the modern era and frees legal teams from the burden of managing inefficient, slow, and expensive on-premise platforms.”
A cloud-based solution, DISCO for Enterprise requires zero upfront capital investment in hardware or infrastructure; reduces recurring costs related to staffing, training, and maintenance; instantly offers new features when available; eliminates downtime caused by system outages and never-ending upgrades; and is accessible anywhere, anytime from any device.
Empowering Organizations to Manage Their Own Discovery
DISCO for Enterprise provides the same flexibility and control as traditional discovery platforms, while providing features and capabilities specifically designed to support multiple, multi-terabyte discovery matters. Combining a robust software-as-a-service (SaaS) architecture with consumer-grade usability, DISCO for Enterprise puts the power in the hands of the users and eliminates the need for legal organizations to rely on vendors to set up, manage, and control their discovery review.
DISCO for Enterprise delivers:
- Organization management: one centralized and collaborative cloud platform to create, access, and manage all discovery matters. This provides a single touch point for unlimited matter and database creation, case administration, usage metrics and billing oversight across all discovery projects.
- Data management: high-speed data uploader and processing engine that performs email conversation threading, deduplication, near-dupe analysis, metadata extracting and indexing, and imaging. DISCO artificial intelligence (AI) enables automated tag predictions to transform raw data into intelligent data on the largest and most complex reviews. Self-service capabilities empower users to manage uploads and processing independent of DISCO.
- User management: simple and easy-to-use administrator console allows administrators to create users, user groups, assign roles, and set security and permissions on the matter, database, folder, and document level. Users from internal reviewers and litigation support to outside counsel and expert witnesses are managed from a single intuitive interface.
“Our industry-leading investment in product and engineering is what empowers DISCO to deliver superior performance and ease of use, while scaling to meet the needs of legal organizations globally,” said Keith Zoellner, DISCO chief technology officer. “With nearly 3.5 billion documents live today, our innovation is just getting started, and we can’t wait to demonstrate what DISCO can accomplish next.”
DISCO is the leading provider of ediscovery solutions for law firms, corporations, and government agencies. With technology and services that automate and simplify complex and error-prone tasks that distract from practicing law, DISCO empowers lawyers and their teams to effectively manage discovery processes. DISCO is the ediscovery choice of leading U.S. law firms including litigation boutiques and the AmLaw 200, Fortune 500 companies, and government agencies around the world.
DISCO Public Relations