CaseCentral Unveils New Release Of Its Cloud-Based Integrated eDiscovery Products

Monday, July 5, 2010 - 01:00

CaseCentral, the leader in secure, cloud-based eDiscovery software for corporate counsel and law firms to simplify and take control of eDiscovery, today announced the release of 4.1, the latest software upgrade for its integrated CaseCentral eDiscovery Platform. CaseCentral clients gain immediate access to the full functionality of the new software release via the secure, private cloud delivery model. Benefits of the new software release include improved ease of use, enhanced self-service functionality and more administrative capabilities for clients managing single or multiple cases.

CaseCentral's secure, enterprise-grade infrastructure and powerful private cloud delivery model provides immediate access to the latest product features and enhancements for thousands of CaseCentral users in corporations and law firms, worldwide. As users access the software from their internet browser, the new features and enhancements are immediately available, with no need for IT departments to incur capital expenditure or waste time on application deployment.

The new software release offers attorneys and litigation support professionals increased self-service and ease of use benefits while extending security enhancements for CaseCentral's enterprise-class disaster recovery and business continuity planning (BCP).

When bringing eDiscovery in-house, corporations, law firms and service providers are finding a secure, private cloud-based application compelling. Clients control the eDiscovery process, data and access, without incurring the costs, risks and time delays inherent in on-premise software deployment and use. Cloud-based applications provide a centralized environment needed to give corporations and law firms control over their eDiscovery projects while enabling seamless collaboration with users outside the firewall, including service providers and outside counsel.

Additionally, cloud-based applications minimize the requests for internal IT departments to constantly purchase infrastructure and modify corporate network and security standards for third party access, which increases security risks. Clients can support large fluctuations in ESI data volumes without paying for additional storage hardware or infrastructure. And clients can add new users, reviewers and cases immediately without waiting on over-taxed IT departments.