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eDiscovery: A Look Back at 2016 and Forward to 2017

By Bob Mehr, Sr. Legal Services Advisor Looking Back: 2016 A number of Federal Rules of Civil Procedure (FRCP) amendments went into effect in 2015, a couple of which, FRCP Rules 26(b) and 37(e) brought more significant change in the realm of discovery than has been seen in decades. These changes notably affected eDiscovery for civil … Continue reading eDiscovery: A Look Back at 2016 and Forward to 2017

January 8–10, 2016: Imaging USA, Booth 1328

San Antonio, TX • January 8–10, 2016 Hosted by Professional Photographers of America (PPA), the Imaging USA conference brings together thousands of professional photographers from around the world for three days of classes, trade show and all-inclusive parties and presentations by some of the biggest names in photography. Stop by booth #1328 to discover special benefits … Continue reading January 8–10, 2016: Imaging USA, Booth 1328

Safely Eject to Protect Your Data

By Mike Cobb, Director of Engineering Do you know how to properly care for your thumb drives, external drives and other devices that may be plugged into your computer? It’s easier than you may realize to lose the data on your portable storage. Should You Leave it Be?   Is it safe to leave a … Continue reading Safely Eject to Protect Your Data

TCC: 2017 Smartphone Trends to Look Forward to

Excerpt from article originally published by TCC. 27 mobile enthusiasts and tech bloggers share their predictions for 2017 The wireless world is evolving rapidly, with fancy new smartphones and wearable gadgets emerging all the time. The industry is changing at such rapid pace. It can be difficult to predict the next smartphone trend. With 2017 right around … Continue reading TCC: 2017 Smartphone Trends to Look Forward to

Vice Motherboard: US State Police Have Spent Millions on Israeli Phone Cracking Tech

Original article published by Vice Motherboard. By Joseph Cox This is part of a Motherboard mini-series on the proliferation of phone cracking technology, the people behind it, and who is buying it. Follow along here. When cops have a phone to break into, they just might pull a small, laptop-sized device out of a rugged briefcase. … Continue reading Vice Motherboard: US State Police Have Spent Millions on Israeli Phone Cracking Tech