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The FRONTEO Blog is a resource designed specifically with you in mind to spotlight the latest eDiscovery trends, advances and perspectives. We welcome your topic requests.

The eDiscovery Learning Curve: New Technologies and New Rules

Judges are seeing a greater level of sophistication in the eDiscovery knowledge and skill levels of attorneys.  Judge William Matthewman, US District Court for » Read More

11 Tips for Securing Data in the Virtual Workplace

Today’s highly mobile workforce requires easy access to data while traveling and working remotely. Providing that ease of access and supporting productivity while keeping » Read More

FRONTEO Included in Major Market Study on eDiscovery Services

In some ways, the eDiscovery Services market is on the path to a perfect storm.  Three forces are at work, presenting continuous technical and » Read More

The Internet of Things: Implications for eDiscovery

The Internet of Things is connecting more devices every day, and it’s estimated that we’ll have 24 billion IoT devices by 2020.  This increasingly connected » Read More

Celebrating FRONTEO Women

In honor of Women’s History Month, we are highlighting past posts from some of our very own fabulous and brilliant FRONTEO women.   Relativity » Read More

For eDiscovery Professionals, the GDPR Cloud Offers a Few Silver Linings

The new General Data Protection Regulations (known as GDPR) rules were agreed upon in Brussels in 2015 and will take effect in May, 2018. » Read More

Law Firm Alert: Make Cybersecurity a Top Priority for 2017

Law firm security has been in the news repeatedly in the last couple of years. The ILTA 2016 Tech Survey highlights security compliance and risk » Read More

Review Workflow Design: How to Win the Race for Defensible Productions

The review phase of an eDiscovery project can look and feel like a lap of a relay race, where the baton has been handed » Read More

The Ethical Duty of Competence

How much does a practicing attorney need to know about technology? For many, that is a discomfiting question.  Data sources abound and new ones » Read More

“ART” and Science: The Power of People in eDiscovery

In the dawn of the eDiscovery age, email use was growing but not yet pervasive, and collecting and producing the relatively low volumes of » Read More

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