When you’re a blog, you wish people Happy Thanksgiving through a blog post. So, Happy Thanksgiving from eDiscovery Today!
When it comes to this blog, I’m thankful for many things. I’m thankful that there are so many resources out there available for interesting topics to share with all of you, which is a must for a daily blog! Some of the most frequent resources are listed in the sidebar on the right side of this blog, so feel free to check those out!
I’m also grateful to all the Educational Partners who make eDiscovery Today possible, including: HaystackID, IPRO, Cimplifi, Hanzo, Avansic, LIGL, Onna, Prism Litigation Technology, Insight Optix, Intalegence, ProSearch, UnitedLex, OpenText and Deloitte! I’m also grateful to Affinity Partners eDiscovery Assistant and ACEDS for their support and commitment to education, as well as Foundational Partners EDRM and Craig Ball, for their support, commitment to education and helping me get the blog launched in the first place!
From a blog standpoint, I’m grateful for all the readers who choose to get their eDiscovery, cybersecurity, data privacy and information governance trends, best practices and case law from eDiscovery Today! You’re the people who really make the blog possible! And I appreciate your spreading the word – eDiscovery Today already has three times more views and visitors than it did in all of 2020 – and the year isn’t over yet! Thank you!
Finally, I’m grateful to my family – my wife Paige and our kids Kiley and Carter – for their love and their patience and support as I have worked so many long hours to build this blog and this business. I love you!
So, Happy Thanksgiving from eDiscovery Today! What are you thankful for? Please share your thoughts or let me know if there is a topic you’d like for me to cover.
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