Why e-discovery should be a top priority for your organisation
E-discovery is a critical process that occurs early in civil litigation matters and involves the exchange of information between parties involved in a lawsuit or some other legal action. E-discovery has implications for a variety of activities, including the archival of electronic information, the ability to search for relevant content, the ability to modify content deletion policies, how storage systems are managed, how corporate policies are developed and risk management.
The importance of e-discovery should not be underestimated: it is among the primary drivers for the deployment of archiving systems and has significant implications for how organisations retain, store and manage their electronic content. A failure to manage e-discovery properly can carry with it serious ramifications. Moreover, the problem of e-discovery is expected to become more serious as evidenced by the growing number of e-discovery requests that are anticipated over the next 12 months…
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