Browsing All Posts published on »January, 2010«

Investigate or investigated: how the credit crisis fall-out is turbo-charging the enterprise search, eDiscovery and information management market!

January 29, 2010


At this moment, only two specialized applications in the enterprise search market exist that show growth potential: those that are used to investigate the fall-out of the credit crisis and those used by organizations as part of their defense against investigations resulting from their activities in the banking and financial industry. Although most of the […]

Finding relevant information without knowing exactly what is available or what you are looking for

January 26, 2010


Text analysis, which is the next step in search technology, refers to the process of extracting interesting and non-trivial information and knowledge from unstructured text. Text analysis differs from traditional search in that, whereas search requires a user to know what he or she is looking for, text analysis attempts to discover information in a […]

ZyLAB Conference for Law Enforcement and eDiscovery

January 22, 2010


We are pleased to announce that on April 1st, 2010 ZyLAB will organize a special law enforcement conference at the Sheraton Hotel, at Schiphol Amsterdam Attendees will learn how to perform large scale investigations – Topics for discussion are: eDiscovery systems, Text Analytics, Legal Search and Machine Translation help automate investigations During this conference, ZyLAB […]

ZyLAB contributes to KMWorld eDiscovery Best Practice White Papers

January 19, 2010


Today, KM World published ZyLAB’s latest best practice white paper on Litigation Response to Litigation Readiness. The white paper is available for download from here: As Andy Moore, editorial director from KMWorld observes: “It may not be a strictly scientific finding, but nobody argues that only about 1% of businesses are FULLY prepared for […]

eDiscovery White Paper from George Socha Available for Download: Bringing e-Discovery in-house, risks and rewards.

January 13, 2010


This white paper provides a straightforward, pragmatic overview about how legal professionals and organizations confronted with e-discovery must be able to interpret e-discovery within the context of actual expected processes, inherent risks, and the available technical solutions that can support relevant activities. Many people may have some idea about what e-discovery is, at least thematically, […]

Bringing eDiscovery in-house with ZyLAB at the LegalTech 2010 in New York

January 8, 2010


This year, ZyLAB has organized another set of 3 valuable educational (CLE accredited) tracks at the LegalTech in New York. Last year’s sessions hosted by George Socha and Jason Baron were a big hit. We expect to beat last year’s success with an even more ambitious program. This three-part session explores how corporations and government […]

How to prepare for Litigation and Early Case Assessment and become Litigation Ready?

January 5, 2010


Prepared organizations will become better and more successful organizations!  Proper preparation starts with full-text indexing the most relevant storage areas such as servers, local hard disks, mail servers, SharePoint and other repositories. IT departments and in-house legal counsel can implement the collection of data more intelligently and efficiently rather than making hard disk images or […]