The 2022 State of the Industry Report (sponsored by EDRM) was released earlier this month (summary information about the report is here) and who better to discuss the report with in a podcast than Mary Mack and Kaylee Walstad in EDRM’s Illumination Zone!
My podcast interview with Mary and Kaylee is up on the EDRM site in the Illumination Zone podcast page here (along with all their other great Illumination Zone interviews). Mary, Kaylee and I discuss a variety of topics related to the State of the Industry report, including:
- How the State of the Industry report came about in the first place and why I selected EDRM to be the sponsor of the report.
- How the 2022 report differs from the 2021 report
- Biggest surprises in the 2022 report
- What was not surprising in the 2022 report
And much more! We discuss a lot of report results not previously discussed here! Now, that’s Illumination! 😉
Just a reminder that you can get the full 2022 State of the Industry report simply by following the blog via email. To follow eDiscovery Today, enter your email address at the top of the right sidebar where it says “Follow Blog via Email” to receive the report as well as emails with links to new posts. In other words, look up and to the right – there it is! It’s that easy!
Thanks to Mary Mack, Kaylee Walstad and the EDRM team for your support and sponsorship once again to promote the 2022 State of the Industry Report and for the fun interview (as always)!
So, what do you think? Have you downloaded the 2022 State of the Industry Report? It’s free, you know. 😉 Please share any comments you might have or if you’d like to know more about a particular topic.
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