A Generational Model Of eDiscovery Classification

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Generational models of classification are not new to technology. These models have driven discussions of such important technologies such as wireless connectivity (i.e. 3G) and computer processing units (i.e. 7th Generation Processors). The classification of technology generations is generally based on a new design or approach that truly changes the way the technology performs. When considering eDiscovery technologies, this same classification approach appears to be a reasonable way in which consider comparisons between available products and services.

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