E-discovery: meeting the challenge
Since the amendments to the US Federal Rules of Civil Procedure (FRCP) in 2006 and the ensuing flood of case law, e-discovery has been an ever-present topic in corporate legal departments and law firms.
There are technology tools to help solve the challenge of governing electronically stored information (ESI), but organisations need to understand the risks and benefits of using these tools.
The following five areas comprise the end-to-end e-discovery and information governance platform…
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Briefings from HP Autonomy
Today’s corporations, law firms and government entities increasingly look to e-discovery solutions to help them respond to a legal matter, a legal hold request or an investigation.
A new self-service style of IT is emerging that can help you remove the IT burden and gain an optimal mix of control, speed, simplicity and cost.