Extract from "The End of Hosting Fees: Why Logikcull Is Getting Rid of Per-GB Hosting"
eDiscovery pricing is broken. In a world of ever-growing data, legal professionals are faced with an ever-growing signal-to-noise problem, forced to cull through more and more data to find the information that matters. Sifting through that data is only part of the problem, though—and one eDiscovery companies are working furiously to solve.
Data growth also poses a corollary challenge—one that’s just as urgent but which few discovery software companies are addressing: the cost of hosting that data during the life of a matter. But while the industry largely ignores this problem, legal professionals—and their clients—feel it acutely.
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