DISCO, a global provider of electronic edisclosure solutions for law firms and corporate legal departments, has added an office in London to serve law firms and corporate legal departments across the United Kingdom and Europe. Expanding its partnership with Amazon Web Services (AWS), DISCO will host its first European edisclosure platform in AWS’s Dublin data center.
DISCO’s cloud-based edisclosure solution would free legal teams from the burden of managing inefficient, slow, and expensive on-premise platforms and deliver a “fast and easy to use” cloud-based disclosure solution.
DISCO’s full suite of product, infrastructure, and professional services are immediately available for all edisclosure matters originating in the EU, and any matters that require an international hosting solution.
A cloud-based solution, DISCO requires zero up-front capital investment in hardware or infrastructure. It would also reduce recurring costs related to staffing, training, and maintenance; instantly offer new features when available; eliminate downtime caused by system outages and never-ending upgrades; and be accessible anywhere, anytime from any device.
“Since our founding, DISCO has served international firms and organizations, transforming their discovery and disclosure processes and empowering legal professionals to focus on the practice of the law,” said Kiwi Camara, founder and CEO of DISCO. “By formalizing our presence in Europe, we will work even more closely with local and international organizations seeking a better way to address disclosure, compliance, and other legal mandates.”
Expanding its partnership with Amazon Web Services (AWS), DISCO will host its first European edisclosure platform in AWS’s Dublin data center. DISCO’s platform is hosted worldwide by Amazon Web Services (AWS) – a scalable cloud computing platform. The AWS global cloud infrastructure would be designed and managed according to security best practices and adhere to security compliance standards specific to the region.