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The eDiscovery Ireland 2012 conference is scheduled for Friday 26th October at the Four seasons hotel, Ballsbridge. We are delighted to announce that we are sponsors to the event.
We will have a booth on the day. We will have plenty of material available detailing the latest news, the latest offers and our newest software releases.
Contact us by mail or phone us on (01) 857 2882 to schedule a 1 to 1 meeting or to schedule a short demonstration on the day.... read more
GEON Legal Solutions would like to thank everyone who attended a very successful seminar earlier this week. The event was held as a part of the Summation Roadshow, a world tour stopping in places as far away as Sao Paulo, Sydney, Mexico and closer to home London and Frankfurt.
The release of the New Summation has been received extremely well and we are looking forward to working with you with this new platform including so many new and exciting features. Our site has outlined some... read more
Redesigned to run on the powerful and proven AccessData technology core, Summation Pro is a web-based document, electronic data and transcript review platform that accommodates medium to large teams and cases.
Simple to use and highly secure, Summation is the first product to combine comprehensive data processing, early case assessment and final review features into a single platform – eliminating the need for iterative processing, data... read more
The cloud computing market continues to grow and is becoming a critical element for the future of the IT industry. According to Forrester Research, the global cloud computing market is set to reach $241 billion in 2020 compared to $40.7 in 2010. GEON Legal Solutions are currently making use of cloud computing and see it as a very positive and promising industry in Ireland.
An article by Charles Skamser assesses how the rapid growth has created a classic technology market paradigm shift.... read more
The use of social media networks in the work place is continuously on the rise. Companies are relying on sites such as LinkedIn, Twitter and Facebook to promote their company and to communicate with clients and prospective clients.
With this growing trend, it is inevitable that there will be issues regarding ownership of these accounts in the workplace as people are increasingly accessing their social networking accounts in work. Here they can promote themselves, their company and try to... read more
A new survey has revealed that 23% of US law firms have increased their spending on eDiscovery services in 2011 and should continue to do so throughout 2012. Nearly one third of 350 law firms surveyed have said they expect to increase spending through 2012 and 2013. Other findings include:
27 percent of attorneys surveyed indicated that they don’t currently have a standard operating procedure in place in the event they receive an unexpected request for discovery;
15... read more
Click here to view an article which outlines eDiscovery process case studies relating to various decisions reached in US courts. These decisions provide a roadmap of best practices that the US courts concluded last year. Although issues like those mentioned in the article have not been as evident in Irish courts, it is certain they will be over the coming years with the advancements in the eDiscovery industry in Ireland. The case... read more
The article below outlines how 2011 has influenced the cloud computing industry in Ireland. 2011 was certainly a poignant year for this industry. GEON Legal Solutions are currently making use of cloud computing and see it as a very positive and promising industry in Ireland. A report created by Microsoft estimates that by 2014 the cloud computing industry could be worth €9.5bn and could employ up to 8600 people. Cork in particular is becoming a major... read more
Cloud Computing continues to grow and is becoming a critical element for the future of the IT industry. According to CISCO's Tech Watch 2012 report "2012 will be a year of technology 'trade offs' and compromise set against a backdrop of volatile economic conditions." The No.1 priority for the IT industry going into 2012 along with remote access, security and mobile device support is cloud computing. It is anticipated that by 2015 cloud computing will overtake... read more
It is certain that cloud computing is the way forward but not all IT firms are equipped to move to the cloud. There is still some confusion surrounding the term which can deter people and there is also the general consensus that cloud computing is a cheaper alternative which is not always the case. However, the country is currently investing in and promoting cloud computing which is hoped will clear up the unease and confusion and improve the country's growth and... read more
eDiscovery guidelines have now been published by the New York State Bar Association. The guidelines are based on commercial litigation and include information that will prove useful when issues surrounding file preservation and preparing requests and holds come into play. There are also guidelines on spoilation and document retention which tend to be an especially pressing matter among solicitors. Although the document is US based the guidelines certainly prove useful for... read more
Whether you use an iPhone, iPad, Tablet etc, consumerisation of mobile devices is a business trend overtaking law firms like no other technical advance since the fax machine. With this advance, however, comes serious security and compliance issues associated with confidential information. Weak security of mobile devices can result in the spread of a virus throughout the firms network. Loss of devices may result in unauthorised access to a firms network which could prove detrimental. A... read more
The EDRM acts as a set of guidelines to follow for the search, retrieval and production of ESI (Electronically Stored Information) within the larger electronic process. It was created as a means to address the lack of standards and guidelines in the eDiscovery market. Traditionally, the lifecycle of electronic data during the litigation process has been very disjointed with different parties used for each step (steps evident in the image below). This has meant data has been handled by multiple... read more
http://www.law.com/jsp/lawtechnologynews/PubArticleLTN.jsp?id=1202508345751&How_the_Cloud_Has_EDiscovery_Covered&slreturn=1&hbxlogin=1... read more
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GEON Legal Solutions would like to sincerely thank all of those who attended our Educational and Networking Seminar 2011, ‘eDiscovery – Are you ahead of the game?’ Your continued support means a lot to us. The seminars proved to be a great success. It gave attendees a useful insight into the rules and regulations concerning eDiscovery trends in the US, UK and Ireland together with new technologies and software that can greatly reduce the cost of your litigation.
The aim of... read more
As an authorised valued partner, GEON Legal Solutions were invited to attend this year’s AccessData International Partner Event. Our representatives attended the conference which was established as a means of finalising the merge between CT Summation and AccessData, as well as providing a medium for which industry experts could meet and interact with their peers from around the world. People working with AccessData attended from Asia, Austrialia, USA, Canada, Europe and the... read more
GEON is extremely excited to announce that CT Summation and AccessData are now one single company – AccessData Group LLC.
Together the complementary companies focus their attention on delivering the first true end-to-end eDiscovery software solution capable of addressing all phases of the discovery process seamlessly, from litigation hold to trial.
The reach of the new AccessData Group will be unparalleled, encompassing the broadest set of solutions in the eDiscovery marketplace and... read more
A member of the GEON staff team has recently undergone Trial Director Suite training, he has completed the selective programme and gained exceptional results and is now certified by inData to relay his ability to our clients in real-world litigation settings.
The presentation allows you to respond quickly and efficiently to questions from opposing counsel by calling up any document you need for mediation, to witness testimony, and effectively holds the jury’s attention during... read more
We are delighted to finally release our brand new website.
Our modified page better assists in providing information about our services, and contains both support and training to help easily guide you through the use of AD Summation within your firm.
The new online support hosts a number of audio visual demonstrations showing users step-by-step instructions on using particular areas of AD Summation, as well as numerous uploadable files... read more
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