The wellbeing of our community is our top priority. That guiding purpose is now more critical, in more ways, than ever before. As we continue to focus on delivering the meaningful product and attentive support you need, we’re prioritizing the health of our team and our global community in every way we can. We’re committed to maintaining not just a great software experience through this crisis—but providing opportunities to learn and grow, in your skillset and our collective resilience. That way, when these challenges ebb, we can come out stronger and ready to take on what’s next. Together.
Please keep an eye on this page. We’ll update it regularly with the moves we’re making to manage this crisis and support you along the way.
Working from a new location isn't easy. Read our tips on how to be effective, keep a level head, and maintain security while you adapt.
Staying connected is crucial as we navigate this crisis together. Visit the Relativity Community site to converse with industry peers and our team.
Relativity is committed to supporting our local communities through this crisis. Learn more about our efforts.
How to Work from Home: A Guide for Beginners
Read about some principles and “life hacks” that you might find useful while working remotely.
Working from Home? These Apps Can Help You Practice Self Care
Gather a few tips to help you practice self-care and thrive in your work-from-home life.
Maximize Cybersecurity from Home
Take a look at 10 focus areas to ensure you’re keeping sensitive data as safe as possible.
How to Go Above and Beyond to Protect Data while Working from Home
Hear from Relativity Chief Security Officer Amanda Fennell on how to secure your at-home work environment.
Community Town Square
Looking for a place to engage with the Relativity team and your industry peers? This is it.
New Free Resources to Keep Your e-Discovery Skills Up
We’ve introduced free training offerings to help you level up your skills while navigating this season.
We've been privileged to put Relativity to work for researchers digging through a massive amount of COVID-19 medical data. Read about how Relativity and other e-discovery software are supporting these efforts via Above the Law.
Relativity Fest is going virtual. For the first time, we’re taking our industry’s biggest networking and education event of the year online as a virtual event – and it will be completely free. Learn more.
This week, we shared some tips on The Relativity Blog for how Relativity can help support greater productivity for remote teams. Visit the blog to learn more about how the platform’s case strategy features can enable streamlined collaboration workflows, and how review managers can keep their projects on track.
Relativity Fest London went virtual this year, making the event accessible to our community all over the world. Despite the socially distanced format, we had a great time and were happy to share product and industry insights with more attendees than ever. In case you missed it, the keynote—which touched on our new Aero UI, how we’re responding to the current crisis, industry trends, and more—is now available on-demand. Stay tuned; more Relativity Fest London content will become available in the days ahead.
We're humbled to hear from so many members of our community that they've been able to lean on each other as they tackle the business challenges of this crisis. Read some perspectives from our partners on the current landscape and what they anticipate as we all look forward to finding a new normal.
If you're a Relativity admin and find yourself managing your workspaces from new places, you might find the RelativityOne mobile app helpful. It just got an update; learn more on the Relativity Community.
For our sixth and final installment in the Learning from Home series, dig in with Case Dynamics. Thanks for following along!
In the fifth installment of our Learning from Home series, take a closer look at review.
Knowing that our community is anticipating an influx of health-related projects as a result of the COVID-19 crisis, we've recently added HIPAA compliance to our library of security certifications. We hope it provides additional peace of mind that RelativityOne is a safe platform in which to do this important work.
Week four of our Learning from Home series is all about Collect. Check out these six resources to get started.
To help you stay on top of your continuing education efforts while you're sheltering in place, we've opened a library of seven CLE-eligible, recorded sessions from Relativity Fest 2019. Learn how to take advantage on The Relativity Blog.
Week three of our Learning from Home series will give you everything you need to know on the basics of active learning.
Next up in our Learning from Home series, dive into Relativity Analytics.
Relativity Fest London will now take place digitally from 12-14 May, 2020. Enjoy a mix of live and on-demand sessions over three afternoons. Claim your free ticket.
In the first installment in our Learning from Home series to help you grow your Relativity skills over the coming weeks, check out these six resources on searching.
We’d like to offer our community more ways to connect with one another and continue to grow during a period when they may need it most. With that in mind, we’re introducing some free offerings to help our community level up their skills while navigating this period of uncertainty.
This year, Relativity Fest London will be a completely virtual event. Check back soon for information on sessions, speakers, and logistics.
To our customers, partners, and users:
Our top priority at Relativity has always been to our community—our team, our customers, our partners, and the broader e-discovery industry. It’s become clear that the best way we can preserve the health of our community is taking any action we can to slow the transmission of coronavirus (COVID-19).
Effective today (March 12), we are transitioning to a remote-work model across our global offices and are ensuring our team has the necessary resources available to do their jobs effectively from home. We will also be stopping all business travel until further notice.
Our commitment to you stands. We’ve had to run our support functions remotely in the past—and have teams set up across geographies for 24/7 availability—so are set up well to maintain our usual levels of support. We intend to keep providing a great experience with our software while prioritizing the health and safety of our team and of our global community.
We believe it’s our responsibility to keep you updated with any changes that may impact how you work with all of us at Relativity, so will send follow-ups as necessary, as well as update this page and social media channels with any new information that could be useful.
We’re in a fortunate position as a company to be able to make this change quickly. I acknowledge that not every organization is able to pivot in this way. We’re appreciative of all of you—and the many others out there—keeping the world running in whatever way you can.
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