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THE PREMIER EDISCOVERY COMPANY

Searching for an ediscovery provider? Digital WarRoom offers a comprehensive software tool set for processing through production, with included training, for no more than $10/GB/Month. Find out why Digital WarRoom stands out among eDiscovery companies ...

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Digital WarRoom Offers Three eDiscovery Solutions With Identical Features

Pro Software: Manage client case documents and discovery on your own machine. Single Matter: Hosted discovery for one matter. Private Cloud: Your firm's own virtual eDiscovery environment for all matters and multiple clients.

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When you join Digital WarRoom, you become a part of our family.  We would like to train you and your team to be top 10% eDiscovery professionals ready to tackle litigation with ease. Together, we can fulfill our vision of making eDiscovery a Just, Speedy, and Affordable experience.
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Included Training

Insourcing eDiscovery comes with a learning curve. Some ediscovery providers offer training. Some ediscovery firms offer just software. Digital WarRoom takes a hybrid approach. There is no need to travel to a center or expense multiple training events. During the initial onboarding phase, our senior eDiscovery professionals will provide training and matter specific support over a screen share. Our email help desk is always free.

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View our latest posts discussing best practices, eDiscovery and the future of eDiscovery companies.
What is de-NISTing, And What Does It Mean For eDiscovery?

What is de-NISTing, And What Does It Mean For eDiscovery?

De-Nist describes an industry-standard eDiscovery related process for defensible data reduction of unimportant system files within a data set.

A Tale Of Two Conferences - Legaltech 2020 Debrief

A Tale Of Two Conferences - Legaltech 2020 Debrief

I recently attended Legal Tech, a three day conference held during Legalweek in New York. I’ve been there as either a speaker or an attendee for roughly 25 years, so it has been interesting to watch its evolution.

The Changing Standard of eDiscovery In Criminal Cases

The Changing Standard of eDiscovery In Criminal Cases

Discussions about electronic discovery have traditionally focused on civil matters. As the industry evolves, many states are beginning to undertake changes to criminal discovery rules.

What Is Electronically Stored Information (ESI)?

What Is Electronically Stored Information (ESI)?

What is electronically stored information (ESI)? The legal world uses the term "ESI" to describe all types of digital media and the associated metadata which could originate from a wide range of possible sources - desktop, cloud, server, hard drive, etc.

What's Wrong With eDiscovery in 2020?

What's Wrong With eDiscovery in 2020?

There are looming issues with eDiscovery as it stands today. Old eDiscovery technology tends to stick around even when it doesn't meet the needs of a modern-day eDiscovery project.

Email Threading in eDiscovery: The Longest Thread Policy

Email Threading in eDiscovery: The Longest Thread Policy

Many eDiscovery reviewers make a policy decision to review only the longest thread. This blog reveals 3 major issues with using this policy as well as tips and tricks for email threading in an eDiscovery tool.