Quick Thought – What Does Your Organization Celebrate?

Quick Thought – What Does Your Organization Celebrate?

Recently I was logged in to a webinar and one of the presenters starting talking about his company’s long history of going above and beyond. Things like driving all night with hardware in the trunk of their car, or the countless all-nighters people have pulled to write scripts or deal with ridiculous deadlines and tough…

Linked: New Research: Jargon Is a Sign of Insecurity, Not Smarts
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Linked: New Research: Jargon Is a Sign of Insecurity, Not Smarts

“The more worried people are about their status, the more buzzwords they use.” Man, the Legal Technology industry must be full of some of the most insecure people in the world, no? Personally, I think it is, and I think it’s mostly because truly understanding this stuff is hard, and understanding anything well enough to…

Interesting Series on eDiscovery Collections

Interesting Series on eDiscovery Collections

I spent some time reading through this series of posts on the Xact Data blog last night. While we would always take any post from a vendor about the dangerous of any organization collecting data instead of hiring an expert, for obvious reasons, (Including the one I work for) I do think they’ve provided plenty…

Linked: You Can’t Stop Recording of Your Video Conference Meeting
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Linked: You Can’t Stop Recording of Your Video Conference Meeting

If it’s on a screen, there is always a way to capture it. So maybe in online meetings, act accordingly? “Even with these restrictions, you can’t stop a participant from using their phone to record the session or using a separate software application to record.” This issue reminds me of a time some years back…

Linked: 3 eDiscovery Lessons From COVID-19 Shutdown
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Linked: 3 eDiscovery Lessons From COVID-19 Shutdown

The first line of the first lesson is one I totally agree with: “It’s said that major events don’t so much change our culture as they simply reveal what was already there.” I feel like Jeff should have reminded himself of that first line when writing the rest of it, because yes, it’s true that…