Reports and Resources
Angela Gelnaw of IDC evaluates the impact of RelativityOne, and explores broader trends affecting the e-discovery market.
The Coalition of Technology Resources for Lawyers (CTRL) shares insights to help organizations recognize and address increasing cyber threats.
Considering recent product announcements at Relativity Fest, including Relativity 9.4 and a new SaaS product, Sean Doherty of 451 Research addresses kCura’s relationships and overall industry position.
Sean Doherty of 451 Research assesses kCura’s purchase of Content Analyst, and the market opportunity for Relativity Analytics.
Nick Patience of 451 Research assesses kCura’s market position, and takes a deep look at the latest release—Relativity 9.3.
Together with the Information Governance Initiative (IGI), The Coalition of Technology Resources for Lawyers (CTRL) evaluates the use of data analytics among in-house legal departments.
Technology is changing how and where law firm partners work. Read the report to understand how law firms use mobile technology today and how they predict using it in the future.
Are you asking the right questions about the information that exists in your organization? The Information Governance Initiative’s annual report notes a shift in practice from foundational conversations to practical application based on a more profound understanding of information governance (IG).
Learn from 28 Information Governance (IG) practitioners as they share their successes and shortcomings in implementing an IG strategy within their organizations.
In this on-demand webinar, David Houlihan, principal analyst for legal technology at Blue Hill Research, and Andrea Garlanger, group product manager for Review and Analytics at kCura, discuss a recent study exploring how the emergence of analytics and business intelligence technologies can support e-discovery and legal review.
Are you optimistic or pessimistic about the future of Information Governance? The Information Governance Initiative polled 28 experts to get their thoughts on this question.
David Horrigan, analyst and counsel at 451 Research, presents his take on Relativity Fest 2014 including: what judges see for the law of e-discovery, the roles of lawyers and technologists in e-discovery, and where he believes kCura is headed with Relativity 9.
David Houlihan of Blue Hill Research draws from the experience of four law firms to determine evaluation factors for selecting Relativity as a core attorney review and e-discovery management platform.
Best Practices Research: 2014 North American Enterprise e-Discovery for Litigation New Product Innovation Leadership Award
Based on Frost & Sullivan’s independent analysis of enterprise e-discovery solutions, kCura has been recognized with the 2014 North American New Product Innovation Leadership Award.
The Information Governance Initiative’s 2014 inaugural report offers a thorough introduction to information governance (IG), including definitions of concepts, survey results, and discussions of ROI.
Forrester Research interviews thirteen legal hold providers, including kCura, to help enterprise architects understand legal hold technologies, reduce the business productivity loss that results from legal holds, and tap new sources of data to improve business processes.
David Horrigan of 451 Research analyzes kCura’s business model—in particular their dual strategy of offering both hosted software through service providers and direct licensing of Relativity.
As the adoption of predictive coding continues to increase, Enterprise Strategy Group (ESG) examines the market context and best practices of the technology, and how Relativity Assisted Review fits in as a leading solution.
Dr. Gideon Frieder of George Washington University discusses how statistics—including basic concepts like probability, confidence intervals, and sampling—help make computer-assisted review defensible.
In this paper, we investigate different ways to conduct—and measure the accuracy of—a computer-assisted review project using a control set workflow.
This paper explains the engine behind Relativity Analytics, which uncovers document relationships based on concepts instead of just keywords.
Dr. David Grossman explores how sample size and sampling methodology—including judgmental sampling based on keyword searches—affect the accuracy of a computer-assisted review project.
Dr. David Grossman investigates and explains reporting in Assisted Review, as well as the effectiveness and accuracy of the workflow.
This paper discusses how Assisted Review’s combination of experts, engine, and statistical validation produce defensible results with significant savings in review time and costs.