Presented by Steven Rodi, Director of Principal Consulting Thursday October 18th 2018- Maggiano’s Little Italy, Philadelphia PA The Nightmare on Unified Governance Street! Innovative Development (ID) will be presenting an overview of eDiscovery in the corporate environment based on the EDRM (Electronic Discovery Reference Model), IGRM (Information Governance Reference Model) and the concept of Unified…
The ID Blog
Our consultants don’t just work on Information Governance & eDiscovery projects, they think about the subjects too! Occassionally these musings make it onto “paper” and we share their thoughts with you here. Along with a few newsworthy items that come to our attention and interest us.
Featured Supplier – eDisclosure Systems Buyers Guide
Innovative Development is pleased to announce our inclusion in the 2014 edition of this guide! The comprehensive eDisclosure Systems Buyers Guide (second, 2014 edition) from Andrew Haslam of Allvision Computing and Legal IT Insider has recently been published. For any legal or IT professional involved in the selection and procurement of tools and services for…
LegalTech New York, February 4-6 2014
Meet Innovative Development at LegalTech 2014 The Hilton New York, 1335 Avenue of Americas, New York Heading to LegalTech in NewYork? So are we! We know the event is always hectic, with so many sessions to attend (along with the occassional party). So contact us now and arrange to meet up with one of our…
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eDiscovery’s Cloudy Future
I have never given much thought to clouds. They float around in the sky, sometimes dropping rain or snow on me, but other than that they don’t register in my thoughts. I’ve heard people talk about different types of cloud, but having slept through Geography lessons at school I really can’t tell one from another….
Another Regulator bares its teeth
As this Bloomberg report details, it seems that Financial Services companies are being hunted by many different regulators. http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2013-07-16/barclays-traders-fined-487-9-million-by-u-s-regulator.html Whilst this penalty has been imposed based upon trading history, it appears that the regulator used e-mail and IM to support its case. Most of us working in the eDiscovery space are used to seeing investigations…