Powered by the most advanced cloud platform and infrastructure available, DISCO remains easy-to-use at any scale. Load data into DISCO with a simple drag-and-drop process that automates document processing and allow you to search, review, and export documents within minutes.
"DISCO's discovery software simply makes life easier. We can drag-and-drop documents into the system, quickly search, review, and respond rapidly to discovery requests."
DISCO’s native-cloud technology keeps your data secure, confidential, and accessible. Whether at rest or in motion, your data is encrypted to guarantee confidentiality and privacy. DISCO offers robust security that allows you to control who accesses your data at the case, folder and document level.
"Centralizing our management of requests within DISCO has allowed us to work together and quickly address a backlog of cases that were stalled in a collection or review phase prior to the implementation of the system."
With DISCO, you get cutting-edge technology and expert services at a predictable price. Flat-rate per gig monthly billing based on the volume of data being reviewed — rather than on hidden processing and production fees — significantly reduces costs.
“Disco’s features saved my client tens of thousands of dollars at the mediation table because I was the only attorney, in any room who had a command over all documents in the case.”
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.
If lawyers want to leverage the power of the cloud for their clients’ needs, can they use software-as-a-service (SaaS) products? Are there any ethical concerns? Well, yes, of course, but they are not prohibitive. In this post, I discuss what ethics opinions require regarding SaaS for attorney competency, preserving confidentiality, safeguarding client property (other than client funds), and responsibility for non-lawyer assistance.