DISCO Data Management Suite Updates – Even Faster and Better Than Before

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In June of this year, DISCO released a new set of features that give our users complete control over their data from ingest to production  — and now we’re making these features even better. 

Rather than merely replicating the cumbersome, error-prone tools of the traditional Frankenstack, we’ve built a streamlined set of features that automate your process wherever possible. Our users love this because it allows them to spend less time on tedious tasks and focus their time on higher-value work. 

But we never rest on our laurels. Over the past several months, we’ve been continuously expanding our functionality and enhancing our user experience to save users even more time and make DMS even more powerful. 

Better, faster, smarter tech

DISCO is always improving our technology to meet the unique challenges ediscovery practitioners face. With DMS, we’ve made a number of updates that increase your configuration options, reduce the number of clicks needed to ingest data, and improve performance. 

Here are some of the highlights:

  • Expanded ingest options: Based on input from our clients, we’ve continued to add additional ingest options. You now have additional options for document rendering, document deduplication, slip sheets, field mapping, and more. 
  • Improved matter defaults: At the same time that we’ve expanded our options, we’ve also reduced the number of clicks required to ingest data. We’ve made it easy to set matter-specific defaults for any configuration, including exception handling. Plus, you can easily update these defaults on the fly. 
  • Faster ingest page load times: With the launch of DMS, our users have been uploading terabytes of data at a rapid pace. Now, the ingest page has been optimized so that it loads in just a few seconds, even when hundreds of ingest sessions exist in a matter. 

We look forward to sharing more updates with you as we roll them out in the near future. In the meantime, you can learn more about DMS on the Knowledge Base

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Joe Kendall