July 03, 2013
LTN’s Evan Koblentz writes about the first day of LegalTech New York 2013, highlighting kCura’s thoughts on Big Data and scalability enhancements for Relativity.
Andy Moore of KMWorld Magazine speaks to kCura’s Jay Leib about how e-discovery is changing the roles of corporate legal counsel and IT.
kCura’s Nick Robertson speaks to Ari Kaplan of Ari Kaplan Advisors in a podcast about how growing data volumes are affecting litigation and what that means for analytics in e-discovery.
Chris Dale of the eDisclosure Information Project highlights videos from Relativity Fest 2012, which brought together the kCura team and Relativity’s community of users.
LTN’s Evan Koblentz discusses Advanced Discovery’s new document review service and their use of Relativity.
Michael Roach of LTN writes about Equivio Zoom’s recent integration with Relativity.
In LTN, Byron Bratcher and Tom Baldwin of Reed Smith share their experiences insourcing litigation support, noting their own adoption of Relativity and the trend of law firms licensing Relativity for e-discovery.
The Illinois Institute of Technology Boeing Scholars Academy blogs about their recent event to share information on careers in technology, which was funded by a kCura Gives Geek Grant.
Bootstrapping in America radio hosts Tom Sosnoff and Tony Battista interview kCura’s founder and CEO, Andrew Sieja, about how kCura began.
kCura’s founder and CEO, Andrew Sieja, was recently named a winner of the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of The Year award for 2013 in the Midwest region. The award recognizes entrepreneurs of high-growth companies who demonstrate excellence in innovation, financial performance, and commitment to their businesses and communities.
Katey Wood of Enterprise Strategy Group provides a detailed analysis of new features and platform upgrades released in Relativity 7.5.
The Electronic Discovery Reading Room highlights Chris Dale’s blog post, which analyzes a recent Relativity Assisted Review white paper by Dr. David Grossman.
Chris Dale of The e-Disclosure Information Project analyzes a Relativity white paper, which validates the effectiveness of the Relativity Assisted Review workflow.
Legal Technology Insider mentions feature enhancements and the integration of complete processing capabilities in Relativity 7.5.
KMWorld highlights features in Relativity 7.5, including the addition of a processing engine and enhancements to Relativity Assisted Review, usability, analytics, infrastructure management, and the platform.
Chris Dale of The e-Disclosure Information Project discusses enhancements featured in Relativity 7.5, pointing to the Relativity website as a learning resource for the software.
BigMarker writes about the highlights of Techweek and talks about the treats available at kCura’s lounge that fueled attendees throughout the show.
Jeff Bertolucci of InformationWeek interviews kCura’s president and CEO, Andrew Sieja, about handling big data in e-discovery, noting computer-assisted review as a means of speeding up the review process.
Techweek highlights 100 Chicago leaders, including kCura president and CEO, Andrew Sieja, who are impacting today’s technology landscape on a global scale.
July 01, 2013
TMCnet interviews kCura’s founder and CEO, Andrew Sieja, about Relativity 8, noting key feature improvements, including email threading and updates to Relativity Assisted Review.
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