Welcome to Ricoh as new sponsor of the eDisclosure Information Project
Thursday, August 10, 2017
Extract from Chris Dale's blog post "Welcome to Ricoh as new sponsor of the eDisclosure Information Project".
There is more than one reason why I am very pleased to announce that Ricoh has become a sponsor of the eDisclosure Information Project. The most obvious reason is that Ricoh is a major force to be reckoned with in US eDiscovery; another is that Ricoh has a strong presence in Canada via its ownership of Commonwealth Legal. One of my themes in the last year has been the interchange of civil procedure rules and ideas between common law jurisdictions. The link with Commonwealth Legal brings an opportunity for me to speak at their Technology in Practice event in Toronto in November – I will come back to that below.
Ricoh eDiscovery Services is a comprehensive set of end-to-end solutions supported by a team of highly qualified eDiscovery experts. It includes digital forensics services, secure hosted technology based on Microsoft Azure, Managed Review Services (known as Intelligent Review in Canada), and a full Production and Presentation Service.
As an extension of this, Ricoh offers cloud-based eDiscovery On Demand, a user-friendly, self-service web solution giving the user full control of the eDiscovery process in a self-service cloud solution backed by Ricoh’s support if needed. That is coming to Canada shortly.
Ricoh’s eDiscovery services are backed by top-of-the-range eDiscovery technology including Relativity, Catalyst, iCONECT XERA, Ringtail, Veritas and Ipro...
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