This week’s post for IPRO’s blog is about looking forward – and looking back – in advance of next week’s E-Discovery Day.
As I told you yesterday, E-Discovery Day is next week, on Friday December 3rd. It’s hard to believe that it’s the seventh E-Discovery Day, but time flies! The day has become significant in terms of educational and networking events and has become a day that many eDiscovery professionals participate in, either as a participant or attendee in some educational or social event.
Many people like looking forward on E-Discovery and talk about where the industry, and the technology solutions that support it, is going. I like to do that too, but I also like to look back as well as I find you can’t look forward without looking back to see where we’ve been. So, I do both in this week’s post!
So how do I look back in this week’s post? And why is there a picture of a stampede on this post? You can find out on IPRO’s blog here. It’s just one more click! 🙂
Also, next Friday, December 3rd at 1pm ET, IPRO, in partnership with ACEDS, will present the webinar E-Discovery Day 2021: A Look at Industry Resiliency and Preparations for Reinventing the Future. Join IPRO executives Ryan Joyce, VP of Strategy, and Nick Inglis, Director of Information Governance, for this look at the events that have pushed the industry to adapt, and how a convergence with Information Governance is making a big impact on the future of how law firms and corporations manage their data. You can register for it here – I did! I’m “looking forward” to it! See what I did there? 😉
So, what do you think? What events are you planning to attend on E-Discovery Day? Please share any comments you might have or if you’d like to know more about a particular topic.
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