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LDM Global Enhances Forensic Data Collection Services with eCloudCollect

May 22, 2013

LDM Global partners with Cumulus Data to deliver forensic ESI collection services of web-based and remote data sources.

Denver, CO (PRWEB) May 22, 2013

LDM Global (http://www.ldmglobal.com) a leading international provider of legal discovery management services for law firms, corporations and government agencies announces that it recently partnered with Cumulus Data, Inc., a cloud-based e-discovery software company, to deliver defensible ESI collections with eCloudCollect.

As part of this newly formed partnership, Cumulus Data and LDM Global hosted a VIP Happy Hour Event at The Standard, downtown LA on Tuesday, May 21st. This event was in conjunction with LegalTech West Coast and featured information about the forensic ESI collection tool, eCloudCollect.

eCloudCollect is a SaaS (software as a service) platform that enables secure and defensible data collections, native data review and data preservation with a simple web browser interface. It collects ESI from all webmail, IMAP and POP3 accounts and also from remote desktops and networks. The introduction of cloud-based and remote data collection services on-demand will significantly enhance LDM Global´s access to multiple sources of client data.

“LDM Global is tickled pink to be aligning itself with a company like Cumulus Data, offering eCloudCollect as a forensic collection tool. eCloudCollect breaks new ground in the field of computer forensics which translates into savings, both in time and money for our clients. At the end of the day technology innovations and cost savings to our global clients are what we stand for as a company,” says Chris O´Reilly, CEO of LDM Global. He goes on to say, “We are ecstatic to be able to bring these innovations and savings to our clients world-wide.”

eCloudCollect requires no hardware or software and offers considerable cost and time savings with added conveniences such as minimal business productivity disruption and 24/7 availability.

“Cumulus Data is thrilled to have LDM Global as a partner,” said Sarah Thompson (née Sims), VP of Product Management. “As a global service provider for over 17 years, LDM Global´s partnership to provide a market-leading forensic tool like eCloudCollect is a reflection of their commitment to offering time-effective and cost-efficient tools for their international clients.”

To celebrate the newly-formed partnership and introduction of this new service, LDM Global is currently running a limited-time promotion offering free eCloudCollect collections to their clients when combined with other LDM Global e-discovery services. For more information about free collection services send an e-mail to info(at)ldmglobal(dot)com or call 202-558-2488.

About LDM Global

LDM Global is a worldwide premier legal document and information management provider specializing in computer forensics, tape restoration, large scale electronic and paper based discovery services, online review and international projects. LDM Global is known for its legal document management expertise and superior customer service, which has made it the leading international company of choice for lawyers and in-house counsel worldwide. LDM Global operates from 7 major locations – London, Brussels, Paris, Sydney, New York, Denver and Washington D.C.

About Cumulus Data, Inc.

Cumulus Data is a cloud e-discovery software company that is dedicated to harnessing and integrating the power and innovation of cloud technology for collecting and managing high-value electronically stored information. Its first product launch is eCloudCollect, an ESI collection tool offered as a Software as a Service (SaaS) that provides users with a simple web browser interface allowing secure and defensible data collections, native data review and data preservation. For more information, visit the website at http://www.CumulusDataInc.com or call 855-eCloud-1 (855-325-6831).

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