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XDD Quoted in Recent ILTA Peer to Peer Article on Data Security and Information Governance

Nick Reizen, XDD Vice President of eDiscovery, was recently interviewed and quoted in ILTA’s Summer 2016 issue of Peer to Peer entitled “Future-Focused: Future Tech” on the topic of Data Security and Information Governance. Read Article 

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Xact Data Discovery Launches Educational Webinar Program
Xact Data Discovery Launches Educational Webinar Program

Monthly series is part of XDD’s renewed emphasis on education to promote greater knowledge and understanding of ever-changing eDiscovery market   MISSION, Kan. — June 8, 2016 — Xact Data Discovery (XDD), a leading international provider of eDiscovery, data management and managed review services for law firms and corporations, announces the launch of a new…

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Legaltech News Interview with Bob Polus – Giving Back to the Community: E-Discovery Pro Bono Efforts
Legaltech News Interview with Bob Polus – Giving Back to the Community: E-Discovery Pro Bono Efforts

The e-discovery community isn’t just for business and law. It is also increasingly helping those in need. Bob Polus, President and CEO at Xact Data Discovery, was recently interviewed by Zach Warren at Legaltech News discussing the evolution of the eDiscovery industry as it relates to pro-bono involvement. To read the article, please visit the…

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ARMA International Expo: A Study in E-Discovery

December 11, 2013 Law Technology News XDD provides forensic data collection in electronic data and paper and provides other services along the Electronic Data Reference Model including document review and production. The company was receiving many inquiries on their ability to handle information management and thought it worthwhile to exhibit at ARMA and demonstrate their…

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Amendments to FRCP – Status Quo or Change?

December 11, 2013 FindLaw You may have heard a little something about the proposed amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure. While most of the amendments are benign and endeavor to cure the ills of overzealous discovery, i.e., proportionality and scope, a couple of the proposed amendments are stirring up a bit of controversy.…

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Bringing Light to the Dark Data Abyss: The Science of Data Discovery

December 11, 2013 Bloomberg Law Understanding the data you have and where it resides is important for any company, but it is also important to know when to call in the experts. There is a scientific approach to collecting data for discovery, and the courts know this, which is why they prefer you do not…

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Building a Successful E-Discovery Strategy

December 11, 2013 ARMA Millican Article Nov 2013 Information Management Organizations that adhere to sound information governance policies through disciplined records and information management are positioned to find success in even the most complex e-discovery projects. The best place to start building the strategy for a successful discovery project is at the beginning.

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Hey…You…Get Off of That Cloud

Managing and storing data in the cloud can be the most cost-effective solution for many; however, serious due diligence is required to ensure that all data is protected and to guarantee eDiscovery best practices.

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Employee IP Theft and Non-competes. Where Is the Data?
Employee IP Theft and Non-competes. Where Is the Data?

Need to protect your company from intellectual property theft? In addition to enforcing non-compete agreements, consider hiring a forensic examiner when there are concerns that a departing employee has exported, deleted or otherwise stolen a company’s intellectual property.

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