NEWS  |  August 04, 2020

Compliance Unveils RelativityOne and Nuix Discover Instances for United Kingdom Clients

New capability expands Compliance’s footprint internationally and allows for exponential growth and data security.

Privacy laws are constantly evolving and altering how user data is stored, organized, and transmitted. The increase in client demand for UK data hosting was significant, and Compliance responded quickly with this new capability. Compliance is now positioned exceptionally well to meet regional data security standards.

“In a time where many businesses are scaling back, Compliance has been able to execute on our expansion plans, due in part to our automation and efficiencies,” said Marc Zamsky, CEO of Compliance. “We’re listening to our clients and investing in their future by putting their needs first and providing invaluable services that keep their data safe and secure. We couldn’t be more thrilled to metaphorically break ground into international territory.”

About Compliance

Compliance is an ISO 27001 certified eDiscovery services and managed review provider and innovator of DaaS (Discovery-as-a-Service), a powerful toolkit of the most advanced eDiscovery software, analytics, and data security available. Through a combination of cutting-edge technology, state-of-the-art development, and secure, certified data centers, Compliance supports corporate legal departments, law firms, and public entities in managing critical and complex legal matters with control, innovation, and ease. Compliance is a System One division. Discover Compliance:


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