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CIO Talk Network Podcast

Oct 24, 2012

When it comes to complex cases, the costs imposed by the eDiscovery process often outweigh any benefit to the litigants. Consequently, computer-assisted predictive document coding is gaining popularity, as it promises to reduce the time and money spent on e-discovery by employing software to review large volumes of...

Oct 24, 2012

Organizations are increasing reliance on IT and technological innovation has introduced disruptive paradigms such as Cloud, Mobility, Social Media, and Big Data. How is the Legal industry leveraging IT and these paradigms to transform its activities, better serve clients, and sustain the growth, scale, and profitability...

Oct 18, 2012

Under mounting cost pressures, corporations and law firms are increasingly “in-sourcing” certain aspects of e-discovery using do-it-yourself (DIY) and service provider choices now available in the marketplace. How does an enterprise determine if it can better manage costs, increase control over discovery, and...

Oct 17, 2012

Over the past decade, financial institutions have been busy securing the perimeters of their networks from attacks. How successful have those efforts been? Have the perimeters finally been completely secured? what about threats from within?

Guest 1: Michael Versace, Research Director, IDC Financial Insights

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Oct 14, 2012

When it comes to the exploding costs and risks of litigation that are a result of the deluge of electronic information available, a counsel general’s office follows 3 mandates: increase efficiency, reduce costs, and mitigate risks. How severe are the problems of inefficiency, high costs, and risk? How are...