Sherry Kappel, former senior vice president and chief innovation officer at Microsystems, is taking her expertise in document authoring technologies and collaboration to Litéra in her new role as chief consiliaria, Latin for trusted advisor or counselor.
Christina Peters will assume the role of IBM's chief privacy officer, monitoring the ever-increasing integration of technology into people's daily lives while maintaining privacy as a "cornerstone of trust."
Applied Discovery Inc. CEO Ramana Venkata resigned this week, and was replaced by Michael Seedman, a partner of parent firm Siris Capital, officials confirmed Thursday.
Barbara "Babs" Deacon is now a director in the strategic consulting services division of the eDJ Group, which offers both analyst services and consulting and publishes the eDiscoveryJournal blog.
Integreon confirmed a recent management shuffle in its legal services division, reflecting the company's goal to emphasize processes and technology, rather than just being a service provider.
Attorney Mark Michels, the former litigation manager and discovery counsel at Cisco Systems, has joined Deloitte Financial Advisory Services, as a director, specializing in electronic data discovery.
Global consulting firm AlixPartners has brought on board two EDD veterans, David J. White and Cynthia Bateman, as directors in the company's information management services group, bringing growth to the company's e-discovery practice.
Autonomy Corp. will soon have a new leader, Robert Youngjohns, who has a technology sales background at IBM, the former Sun Microsystems, and Microsoft Corp., officials said Friday. Youngjohns will be general manager and senior vice president of the Hewlett Packard Co. information governance subsidiary as of September 17.
Jerry Correia is now president of Orange Legal Technologies LLC, the Salt Lake City, Utah e-discovery company announced Thursday. Correia, who has worked for 21 years in the legal technology field, will focus on marketing, operations, and sales.