The Tom and Jeremy Show: Squirrel

The Tom and Jeremy Show: Squirrel!: eDiscovery Webinars

Like Dug the talking dog*, too many eDiscovery practitioners are easily distracted by the latest bright shiny object, but this webinar by EDRM and sponsored by OpenText will keep you focused!

Tomorrow at 1pm ET, the Tom and Jeremy show from EDRM and OpenText is presenting their latest installment – Squirrel! – in the “inconvenient truth about eDiscovery” webinar series!

“Tom” is Tom Gricks, Sr. Principal Consultant, Recon Investigations at OpenText and “Jeremy” is Dr. Jeremy Pickens, Chief Data Scientist at Conga.

There have been so many bright shiny objects over the years to be distracted by! Latent semantic indexing, clustering, deep learning… each promoted as the next revolution in the practice of eDiscovery. But seldom, if ever, do you see empirical data that supports on-the-ground improvements in review efficiency or effectiveness. Tom and Jeremy will show you what the data actually says about some of these “squirrels”, and why you always need to look critically at the latest developments. Check it out here! Squirrel!

You can check out their previous installments here, here, here, here and here!

Unlike Breaking Bad, there is still (at least) one more episode to come in the Tom and Jeremy show! One episode is scheduled for December 8th! Set your DVRs, er, register for it! 😉

Remember that all eDiscovery Today partner events are available via the Events Calendar here! Check it out to see what’s coming next!

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So, what do you think? Have you been checking out the Tom and Jeremy show? You should! Please share any comments you might have or if you’d like to know more about a particular topic.

*Not to be confused with Doug the talking blogger… 😉

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