Jeff Nace, vice president of product management of ONE Discovery, a processing, review, management and trial preparation solutions provider, has been invited to serve as a discussion leader for an upcoming LegalCIO Panel Discussion.
“Data + Risk: Unclutter the Mess with Technology that Works for You” is slated to take place on Wednesday, February 1 at 9:00 a.m. ET.
Nace – alongside other industry panelists – will discuss how to accomplish more through the use of technology. With a better understanding of the process and outcome, technology can improve effectiveness and overall user experience at all stages of information governance, data assessment, and e-discovery.
LegalCIO, formerly the Law Firm Chief Information and Technology Officers Forum, is a panel-style forum held during Legalweek. The forum combines cutting-edge updates on legal technologies with the chance to exchange practical guidance and discuss daily challenges with peers. Discussions will focus on the most relevant opportunities and challenges impacting today’s law firm information, technology and knowledge management professionals including:
To learn more about LegalCIO, visit http://legalweekshow.com/legalcio/.
About ONE Discovery
ONE Discovery is the company behind the only eDiscovery processing, review, management and trial preparation solutions built by eDiscovery professionals for eDiscovery professionals.
Every piece of ONE Discovery’s platform – from the fair, flexible pricing model and instant scalability to the tiniest elements of the interface – was built with the user and real-world scenarios in mind. By combining best-in-class technology with unique eDiscovery know-how, ONE Discovery can deliver extreme system performance, unparalleled accuracy and defensibility, and the industry’s best overall user experience.
Headquartered near Washington, D.C., ONE Discovery was spun out of service provider Driven, Inc., as an independent company in 2016. For more information, visit the company at www.onediscovery.com or follow ONE Discovery on LinkedIn and Twitter.