October 26th, 2021
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM EDT
Legal technology is more important than ever to government agencies, service providers, and the enterprise. However, eDiscovery teams are often left feeling stranded when vendors decide to “shut down” or “slow down” investments in their platforms, despite the need for new features and innovation. What is an eDiscovery team to do?
Thanks to cloud computing, migrating to an alternative eDiscovery solution doesn’t have to be a headache. From evaluating platform parity and sophisticated feature requirements to easily and accurately transferring data, Nuix Discover® implementation and customer success experts have helped corporations, law firms, government agencies and service providers with successful eDiscovery platform migrations for more than a decade.
Join Nuix Vice President of Customer Experience for Nuix Discover Emily Tice as she takes you on a guided tour of five crucial considerations eDiscovery teams should make when moving to a new platform. The session will include:
- Key planning considerations
- Key technical considerations
- Migrating to the cloud from on-premises
- Migrating from one cloud solution to another
- Nuix Discover features that make migration pain-free
Are you concerned with handling active matters, migrating historical data or the availability of advanced support? Emily will cover these concerns and any others you might have during the webinar.
Vice President of Customer Experience
Emily Tice is VP of Customer Experience for Nuix Discover (formerly known as Ringtail). Since 2003, she has managed and consulted on some of the largest electronic discovery matters in the US and abroad. Ms. Tice has focused her client service on large, multi-faceted litigation in the automotive, banking, and pharmaceutical industries. She has also led investigation matters including Ponzi and financial regulatory cases. She specializes in supporting clients in leveraging sophisticated tools to meet goals while managing cost and risk. Ms. Tice holds a B.A. from Cornell University in Psychology and an Ed.M. from Harvard University in Education Policy and Management