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Since its inception in 2005, eDiscovery has taken on many forms—evolving with us to keep up with the colossal data demands of today. Even so, many law firms, corporations, service providers, and government agencies have not moved on from using the time-consuming and labor-intensive traditional, legacy eDiscovery tools of yesterday. Some of these tools include spreadsheets, database management systems, cloud storage platforms, and paper management systems. Let’s take a closer look at how [More]