Sarah Cole explores the evolution of approaches to mitigate the costs of discovery on ever increasing data volumes and considers what strategies can be be successfully deployed next.
Starting today, Rational Review users can view 3D CAD files directly within the Rational viewer. This new feature is aimed to improve user experience and optimize the current industry standard workflow for e-discovery and document review.
American provocateur Alex Jones learned that his legal team had inadvertently sent the plaintiffs’ attorneys a full copy of his mobile phone data. Sarah Cole discusses why Jones’ text messages were admissible and why they were later allowed to be shared with the January 6 Select Committee.
The January 6th Select Committee sought to obtain Secret Service text messages relating to the insurrection at the US Capitol on January 6, 2021, only to be informed that any text messages from that timeframe were deleted across the agency. Sarah Cole shares insights on the recovery of deleted text messages.
Apple announced that in their upcoming iOS 16 release, iMessage will include the ability to unsend messages, as well as edit messages after sending. Sarah Cole explores the discovery implications of these new features.
Sarah Cole discusses email threading, a tool that, despite being around for a long time, is still underutilized by many eDiscovery consumers. In this blog, we will zoom in on email thread analysis to remind eDiscovery users how email thread analysis can be helpful in any project involving email.
Sarah Cole discusses ROT data and explores methods to prevent future ROT data accumulation. This article is the final installment of a three-part series on the dangers of ROT data and how best to approach it.
Sarah Cole discusses ROT data and explores methods to identify and delete it with the help of technology. This article is part two of a three-part series on the dangers of ROT data and how best to approach it.
Sarah Cole discusses ROT data and identifies three major risks that it can pose to organizations. This article is part one of a three-part series on the dangers of ROT data and how best to approach it.
This is the first Autoclassification article that will help you understand the fundamentals of the technology. For the interested practitioner, it is worth taking a more practical look at autoclassification, what it is, and how much work is involved before you see a return on investment.
In today’s employee spotlight, Rational Enterprise welcomes Sarah Cole as our Senior Director of Consulting. Sarah uses her extensive experience and expertise to arm Rational’s clients with tailored solutions to their data governance, investigative, and discovery needs.
Rational Enterprise is delighted to announce that we are now a Gold Sponsor of the Commercial Litigators’ Forum. The aims of the sponsorship include encouraging litigation-related discussions and setting up communicative channels with the judiciary.
We discuss the relationship between Information Governance and Information Security, and how IG can assist Info Sec in better performing its function. Here are the top 5 benefits Information Security can expect from a comprehensive Information Governance program.
Deletion projects are notoriously challenging to execute, requiring buy-in from various stakeholders and demonstrable justification of the project budget. Tom Preece discusses how to handle the real barriers to defensible deletion.
The General Data Protection Regulation has been around for years, and you likely cannot make it through a news cycle without hearing the term “Brexit” yet, questions still abound about what they mean together.
We are proud to announce the launch of our new and improved website today. As always, you can find us at Rationalenterprise.com. Our goal with this new website is to provide our visitors with an easier and more user-friendly way to learn about our Information Governance and eDiscovery software. Discover the most important features, benefits, […]
Tom Preece, Rational’s Business Development Manager, recently spoke with Kurt Wimmer about his thoughts on emerging data privacy and security trends and how organizations should begin to address these risks. Kurt Wimmer is the U.S. chair of Covington & Burling’s Data Privacy and Cybersecurity practice…
Tom Preece, Rational’s Business Development Manager, recently spoke with James Sherer about his work as a litigator, author, e-discovery practitioner, and Information Governance thought leader. James Sherer is Counsel at BakerHostetler, where he co-chairs the Information Governance practice team and…
Tom Preece, Rational’s Business Development Manager, recently spoke with Ted Augustinos, Partner at Locke Lord LLP, about his thoughts on how organizations should best address emerging trends in cyber and information security. Ted is a member of Locke Lord’s Privacy and Cybersecurity Practice Group,…