Under the eye of a pandemic, e-discovery giant Relativity has watched as more in the legal world started embracing the cloud—which conforms well to a bet the company had already made a few years ago with its emphasis on the cloud-based RelativityOne solution. Now, the company is doubling down on its cloud and artificial intelligence (AI) strategy, revealing perhaps not the largest announcements ever found at its virtual Relativity Fest 2021 conference, but ones that look to entrench RelativityOne both globally and in an integrated way with a number of different systems.

“The past 18 months have transformed the way we live, work and communicate and vastly accelerated the changing shape of data,” said Relativity CEO Mike Gamson said in a press release accompanying the keynote. “At Relativity, we’re driven to help our customers succeed in an ever-changing environment by making strategic, long-term technology decisions that keep them ahead of the curve and working seamlessly and securely wherever they are in the world to discover the truth in data.”