eDiscovery In The Cloud
Indexed I/O has figured out how to do eDiscovery in the cloud better!
Electronic Discovery in the Cloud is not a new concept. In fact if you have ever utilized any ‘remote’ data services one could argue you were ‘in the cloud.’ Cloud computing simply means your are utilizing a network/internet connection to access computer resources in another location. There are many cloud varieties, private, public, hybrid, etc… The time has come to really embrace the concept of ‘cloud computing’ and shed our reliance on local resources.
Local resources are expensive to purchase and expensive to maintain. We all joke that the computer we bought today is already obsolete. We joke about it because we know that the next ‘big thing’ is about to be released, making our purchase today less cost effective and in some regards a perpetual game of catch up.
Indexed I/O was designed and built from the ground floor up to utilize today’s technologies. Not anchored by outdated or legacy solutions, Indexed I/O is instantly scalable, easy to use, and very very cost effective.
What cloud based services are you currently using?
So the next time the topic of eDiscovery in the Cloud pops up, take a moment to think about all the times you have already accessed data, processed data, reviewed data…via the internet and know that you are already a cloud user!
This article is meant to be the introduction to a series of articles discussing the specific challenges and benefits of utilizing cloud computing services and technologies in the eDiscovery world and we will be adding to this series periodically.
Please check back as we add more posts and drop us a line or shoot us a message if you have any questions or comments.
With an easy and intuitive interface, legal teams can quickly learn and utilize Indexed I/O in a matter of minutes. With no software or hardware to purchase, a ‘pay for what you need’ model, and no-long term restrictive contracts, Indexed I/O is by far the fastest, easiest to use, and cost effective eDiscovery solution on the planet.