kCura announces that they have been named to the Tribune Top Workplaces and Deloitte Technology Fast 500 lists.
David Houlihan of Blue Hill Research shares his report on why four law firms chose Relativity as their core attorney review and e-discovery management platform.
Swim Swam features student athlete Billy Bafia, highlighting his passion for software engineering and summer internship at kCura.
kCura today announced that they have again been listed on Deloitte’s 2014 Technology Fast 500.
kCura announced that they have been recognized with the 2014 North American New Product Innovation Leadership Award, based on Frost & Sullivan’s independent analysis of enterprise e-discovery solutions.
Crain’s Chicago notes kCura as a sponsor for the WildHacks competition at Northwestern University.
Chicago Creative Space highlights the collaborative spaces in kCura’s office as a way to spark creativity amongst a team.
eWeek prepares a slide show of eight tips from kCura on how legal and IT departments can work together more effectively for a better litigation outcome.
Registration for the Relativity Fest Judicial Panel on e-Discovery: Part II webinar is now available. In this follow-up webinar, four prominent federal judges—Judges Nora Barry Fischer, Andrew Peck, Xavier Rodriguez, and David Waxse—will come back together after Relativity Fest with moderator David Horrigan to continue discussing related topics, such as BYOD, mobile, and data privacy, and how it will impact e-discovery.
kCura today announced that they have been named one of Chicago Tribune’s Top Workplaces.
The Chicago Tribune shares why employees of top Chicago companies love their job, including a quote from a kCura team member.