Monthly Archives: March 2016

How to Use Your Company Culture to Generate New Clients

Written on March 30, 2016 by Tom Turner in Company Culture

In 1998, Enron executives wanted to entice investors with their newly created commodity trading center, Enron Energy Services (EES). They... Read More

It’s Time to Implement Multi-Factor Authentication

Written on March 23, 2016 by Brian McGraw in Security

Cybersecurity is all over the news these days. Companies of all sizes are feeling the need to tighten up security... Read More

Sandy Ward: From Client-Side to Our Side

Written on March 16, 2016 by John Burchfield in Company Culture

In 1999, America was stocking up on canned goods in preparation for Y2K. The Matrix hit the box office, MTV... Read More

Be Careful What You Emoji

Written on March 9, 2016 by Rob Lekowski in Data Collection

When Carnegie Mellon University computer science professor Scott Fahlman introduced the first emoticon in 1982, I doubt he could imagine... Read More

Debunking the Myths of TAR

Written on March 2, 2016 by Rob Lekowski in Technology Assisted Review

When legal professionals began using technology assisted review (TAR) more actively around 2010, it prompted a lot of questions. Automated... Read More