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November 25, 1987

DATADEX TAKES LASER DISKS TO COURT

By CBR Staff Writer

The voluminous aggregation of documents that are an essential feature of America’s ludicrous legal system can now be stored on a standard optical disk and accessed with an 80386 MS-DOS micro, courtesy of the LazerDex Litigation Support System from DataDex Technologies of Golden, Colorado. Storing up to 400,000 documents on one 5.25 optical disk, it can take the full text of exhibits, pleadings, depositions, transcripts and other documents pertaining to a case. Boolean search capabilities enable any document to be found in 30 seconds.

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