Tomorrow, ACEDS, in association with IPRO will host the webinar Mastering Data Discovery: Activate In-Place Search in 4 Steps (available here) at 1pm ET (noon CT, 10am PT). Join IPRO’s Director of Corporate Solutions Jeffrey Wolff for this informative webinar to explore four pivotal steps to becoming a data discovery master. Gain a deep understanding of the transformative potential of in-place search and how it can unlock hidden insights, streamline workflows, and elevate decision-making processes.
Key takeaways during this webinar include:
- Gain a comprehensive understanding of in-place search and its implications for legal professionals.
- Explore cutting-edge strategies and best practices for maximizing the value of data discovery.
- Uncover the untapped potential within your existing data through seamless in-place search techniques.
- Embrace a data-driven mindset and drive innovation within your legal operations.
In today’s data-driven legal landscape, staying ahead requires mastering the art of accessing and leveraging relevant information seamlessly. To unlock the untapped potential of your current workflow and gain the knowledge and insights to revolutionize your approach to data discovery with 4 easy ways to activate an in-place search methodology, register for the webinar tomorrow at 1pm ET here! Mastering data discovery starts here!
So, what do you think? Is your organization struggling with data discovery? If so, attend tomorrow’s webinar! And please share any comments you might have or if you’d like to know more about a particular topic.
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