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January 30, 2013

LDiscovery rolls out eDiscovery SaaS processing solutions

 In order to provide a powerful and intuitive framework for processing, investigation, analysis of big data, LDiscovery has announced its new and innovative on-demand Software as a Service (SaaS (News - Alert)) solution, offering eDiscovery data processing, Early Case/Data Assessment (ECA/EDA), and hosting using kCura's Relativity.

Built on best-in-class software, LDiscovery's SaaS runs on dedicated equipment located within LDiscovery's data center. Interestingly, this enhancement helps customers to attain advantages and flexibility of eDiscovery, ECA/EDA and Relativity hosting "in-house" without taking responsibility and burden of operating and maintaining the supporting infrastructure and database administration.

"These solutions offer our clients who wish to bring processing and hosting 'in-house' an affordable, comprehensive eDiscovery, ECA/EDA and Relativity hosting plan which spares them the daunting responsibility and expense required to build a secure, world-class processing and hosting data center," Weiler noted. "For our clients and LDiscovery, it's a win-win strategy for delivering our best-in-class services."

LDiscovery's on-demand solution is equipped with software tools based on cutting-edge technology. These software tools make eDiscovery data processing, ECA/EDA, and Relativity data hosting easy and affordable. With deployment of this solution, customers can take full control over their processing and hosting needs while avoiding the burden associated with running their own data center.

LDiscovery offers Virtual Machines ("VMs") and allows its customers to access to proprietary data processing and ECA/EDA applications like ADV3NTUS, EXΩDOS, and TEDRA.

"These solutions offer our clients who wish to bring processing and hosting 'in-house' an affordable, comprehensive eDiscovery, ECA/EDA and Relativity hosting plan which spares them the daunting responsibility and expense required to build a secure, world-class processing and hosting data center," Weiler noted in a statement. "For our clients and LDiscovery, it's a win-win strategy for delivering our best-in-class services."




Edited by Carlos Olivera
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