Lawyers and Law Firms
Advice and guidance when setting up a replicable e-Discovery project. If so desired, Integis can take control while the project is being carried out.
Integis can advise on how lawyers can make use of e-Discovery technology, but they can also supervise or steer a team of lawyers when searching through a large amount of data.
ZyLAB e-Discovery is a complete solution for legal (e-Discovery) investigations. Making use of e-Discovery technology will provide you with direct insight into the (potential) seriousness, scale and consequences of a matter. Integis has the ability to copy data to an available ZyLAB e-Discovery environment from every location that has an internet connection.
Within this ZyLAB environment, the data provided are processed and made searchable. As soon as the first data are ready for a search, the analysis can start via a portal. The risk of corruption or loss of data is minimised because all data are processed within the same secure platform.
Advantages of the Integis e-Discovery solution:
- Integis has years’ of knowledge and experience in designing and implementing e-Discovery projects.
- Integis can supervise the design of an e-Discovery project, but during its implementation we can also advise on, e.g., using the right (combinations of) search options and labels.
- Integis can take full charge, leaving you to focus on searching through the data.
- The digital data are stored in a secure environment, thus providing authorised users with access – at any time and in any location – to (a set of) the same data.
- Data are available immediately after they have been processed, thus saving you an enormous amount of time and money.
- If you use the advanced search machine and content analytics of ZyLAB, you can efficiently search all documents for relevant text (of even images), mark and automatically anonymise, bulk label and classify data.
- Extensive possibilities exist, e.g. for providing data with a (self-chosen) label; entering comments about data and analysing different versions of a file.
- A simple, user-friendly interface makes use of so-called ‘pie charts’ or ‘facets’ for every possible way of grouping data logically, thus enabling users to starting working on them with a minimum of supervision.