This course outlines the basics of information technology as
it relates to data sources in eDiscovery. The faculty discuss the various locations
in which data exist and the challenges involved in locating and controlling
that data. The faculty also discuss some of the issues organizations face
resulting from the explosion of mobile devices, social media, and the cloud.
Disclaimer: The views and opinions expressed in this online video course are those of the individual faculty members
and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of any organization, corporate entity, law firm,
government agency or the Electronic Discovery Institute.
This was more interesting than I had expected. Good presenters!
There was a lag on question 1, and while I initially answered it correctly it did not record the answer and it caused me to fail the exam.
Great insight into different avenues to store data, and what the best tools are.
There is a skip or hold in the presentation.
Great insight and refresher materials.
Very interesting, and useful, information. Thanks!
Great overview, communicated in easy to understand terms
I learned something. Thank you.
Very informative course on Information Technology. After completing, I felt I had an understanding and grasp of things that I might have not understood from reading a simple chapter of a textbook. Excellent explanations from the speakers/faculty!
This is a great high-level introduction to some of the many facets of information and how organizations have to consider dealing with it. It's also very current with discussions about cloud services, backups in various forms and BYOD policies. A nice primer for understanding organizational IT.
Straightforward, practical, imminently relevant to eDiscovery practitioners. Thank you!
Quite a sobering presentation about electronic discovery.
I like the format of different experts talking off the cuff, but edited for organization. Good information about current information sources in a corporation.
Good information, except they don't talk fast enough to hold my attention.
Good information - interesting presentation
All three instructors were a pleasure while presenting the information effectively; Tom actually made me laugh out loud at my desk several times.
Just finished. Learned some interesting things.
Some terms were used without those terms themselves being explained, however basic those terms may seem to the presenters.
Good basic information about data. Sometimes the sources are taken for granted.
Good introductory course. The review of information retention was very helpful.
Great overview from the back end perspective of what e-discovery is.