IT: Data on demand
Managing large volumes of data is an ongoing concern for any law firm. In today's 'on demand' environment, electronic data needs to be skillfully manipulated to avoid handling errors, write Andrew Clark and Scott Hunter
Nearly everyone who has been involved in a disclosure process involving rooms and rooms of documents will understand how difficult it is to manage large volumes of data. They will also be well aware that the larger the number of documents, the higher the chance of a handling error. Mishandling one document could mean losing the ‘smoking gun’ document that is crucial to a case.
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