Over the last few years, the potential of file analytics to transform the observance of law has become very apparent to anyone within the legal sector and indeed outside it. However, up until only recently, it was extremely unclear as to whether or not organisations were utilising these new technologies. In response to this, the Coalition of Technology Resources for Lawyers otherwise known as CTRL, commissioned research into the use of data analytics within the in-house legal departments in six cases.
Data demands are growing for businesses worldwide as they begin to deal with a higher volume of digital information and personal data stored on computers and servers. Despite the move towards digitisation, a large amount of confidential information is still held by many businesses in paper form. In each of these cases, it’s fundamental that this information remains secure.