Richard Dilgren is International Director, Data Science and Strategy, at eDiscovery and analytics company FRONTEO.
On the day I interviewed him at Legaltech, FRONTEO and kCura announced that FRONTEO had become a RelativityOne Certified Partner – the press release is here – and I took the opportunity to ask Richard Dilgren what this means for FRONTEO and for its clients.
The main significance, Richard Dilgren says, lies in the reliability of the Microsoft Azure Cloud. Clients have a unified Portal both for traditional Relativity use and for the web-based, cloud-based databases. In addition, there is significant new functionality, and there are “exciting new tools” coming out, including a plug-in to Office 365.
Quite apart from functionality, the direct connection into Office 365 from anywhere in the world will significantly increase the speed of access.
In addition, the global presence of the Azure Cloud will help clients deal with the increasing issues raised by privacy and data protection constraints around the world.