Archive for November 2012

Senior Business Development & eDiscovery Professional Joins TERIS

Richard Saldivar, President of TERIS Arizona and Texas recently announced that Michael  Shufeldt, JD joined the Phoenix office as Regional Director of Business Development & eDiscovery Services. Previously, Michael held positions of increasing responsibility as Information Technology Director at Cosgrave Vergeer Kester LLP where he co-founded the firm’s eDiscovery practice group. He was the chief…

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Demystifying ESI Lingo

  By Julia Romero PeterVP of Business Development, TERIS If you have had any exposure to eDiscovery and the wonderful world of all things ESI, you are probably wondering if there is a secret dictionary or handbook out there to help you navigate the jargon – especially since this industry seems to use more acronyms…

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2012 TERIS Year-End Snapshot Shows Unprecedented Growth

TERIS is proud to announce that the company is experiencing the highest levels of growth in its 17-year history. This leading provider of information governance, ediscovery, litigation support and managed services solutions, across the United States and internationally, is poised for accelerated gains in 2013. In order to meet the increased demands from corporate clients to control…

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kCura's "Best In Service" Elite Partner TERIS Attends Relativity Fest

In a continuing effort to remain on top of the cutting edge of technology Shawn Sieck, Executive Vice President, Business Development and eDiscovery Consulting, Sharon Brown, Project Manager, Jake Render, Director of Hosting and Database Services and Annie Chung, Litigation Technology Department Manager TERIS recently returned from the third-annual Relativity Fest 2012 in Chicago. The event…

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Social Media and eDiscovery – 8 Lessons Learned So Far

Social media is impacting eDiscovery enough that many companies have instituted a proactive approach when it comes to developing their online presence. For example, a business called First Command Financial Services maintained no social presence online until late last year. Before launching their corporate LinkedIn, Facebook, and Twitter accounts, they consulted closely with a compliance…

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7 Ways the Growing Influence of Cloud Computing Impacts eDiscovery

The increasing popularity of cloud services and storage is making eDiscovery tricky – and expensive. Utilizing third-party data centers for storage doesn’t mean organizations are off the hook to provide information. It does mean, however, that retrieving that data often gets a lot more complicated. Here are seven ways in which cloud computing and electronic…

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