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Technology is nothing

Technology is Nothing

This article was originally published on alta.law   “Technology is nothing. What’s important is that you have a faith in people, that they’re basically good and smart, and if you give them...

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Data management for regulatory compliance

Data management must be at the core of any organisation’s governance, risk, and compliance strategy. It is impossible to gain insights into performance, threats, or culture without understanding your entity’s...

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The Unique Requirements of Government Clients

Government has the responsibility to ensure regulatory compliance and investigate bad actors. Governments also regularly enact independent investigations, with broad powers to hold hearings and compel evidence in the form...

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Anti-money laundering breaches investigated with RelativityOne

Financial regulator leverages the analytical power of RelativityOne to investigate claims of anti-money laundering compliance breaches at an international bank.   Scenario  A financial regulator filed proceedings against a bank alleging anti-money laundering breaches involving $50 million...

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icourts Becomes RelativityOne Services Partner

icourts continues to deliver technical excellence and world-leading client services in Relativity's SaaS solution    17 February 2021 – SYDNEY– icourts, legal technology consultancy, today announced it has become a RelativityOne Services Partner as a result of demonstrated success and expertise helping customers...

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relativityone data migration

How do you migrate eDiscovery data to RelativityOne?

Migrating a project to a cloud-based eDiscovery platform like RelativityOne can be daunting. Issues such as data integrity, continuity, and onboarding new users can all create unique challenges.     When it comes to migrating an entire organisation with multiple stakeholders and cases...

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