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Published By: Rand Secure Archive     Published Date: Jun 06, 2013
Without a doubt, technology has revolutionized the way business is done. The vast majority of internal and external communication is now done through email, instant messaging, VOIP and other types of electronic communication. In addition, most business documents exist in digital form. The digitization of business has had significant implications for litigation. Legal eDiscovery is now an essential part of settling cases between organizations. Previously, many companies believed that eDiscovery was only for organizations that were public or highly regulated, but now most companies recognize that electronically stored information (ESI) regulations are applicable to all organizations and there is an ever-increasing need for cost-effective eDiscovery.
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Published By: Code42     Published Date: Apr 22, 2016
Rapid changes in technology and software, and the nearly universal shift to electronically stored information (ESI), has made eDiscovery more complex and expensive. In a movement to simplify and standardize their procedures—and dissolve some of the extra tensions surrounding litigation—many organizations are bringing phases of the eDiscovery process in house, in particular legal hold. Among other benefits, Code42 eDiscovery simplifies legal hold management. Litigation preparation can be a large task crossing over many departments, but will consistently feature two main players: Legal and IT. This document focuses on those two groups, and aims to enable one to see the eDiscovery world through the point of view of one group—or the other. Read more to find out the details.
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code 42, legal process, ediscovery, litigation issues
    
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Published By: Code42     Published Date: Jan 13, 2016
Read this white paper to learn how the common approaches to e-Discovery miss the mark and how endpoint backup can streamline the collection and preservation of electronically stored information.
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code42, e-discovery, endpoint backup, e-discovery methods, data collection, compliance requirements
    
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Published By: Symantec.cloud     Published Date: Feb 03, 2010
Email may be used as evidence for or against US and Canadian organizations in litigation. Learn how to preserve, protect, and produce legally compliant email.
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messagelabs, symantec hosted services, ediscovery compliance, email security, esi, electronically stored information
    
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Published By: Forensics Consulting Solutions     Published Date: Jan 31, 2011
A guide to understanding electronically stored information and workflows used to produce data for litigation.
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e-discovery, esi, electronic discovery, electronically stored information, workflows, data governance
    
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Published By: Druva     Published Date: Aug 04, 2016
The rise of the mobile workforce, combined with an increasing risk of litigation, has created a crisis for businesses. When faced with a request for eDiscovery—the production of electronically-stored information (ESI) in the course of a lawsuit or investigation—legal and IT teams must identify and place costly, time-consuming holds on responsive files. These holds apply across devices and repositories, both inside and outside the organization, including SaaS-based cloud applications such as Office 365, Google for Work, and Box. And lest these teams become complacent, saying “It won’t happen here,” it should be noted that in 2014, 34 percent of companies faced at least one lawsuit with more than $20 million at issue.
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Published By: Druva     Published Date: Aug 04, 2016
The rise of the mobile workforce, combined with an increasing risk of litigation, has created a crisis for businesses. When faced with a request for eDiscovery—the production of electronically-stored information (ESI) in the course of a lawsuit or investigation—legal and IT teams must identify and place costly, time-consuming holds on responsive files. These holds apply across devices and repositories, both inside and outside the organization, including SaaS-based cloud applications such as Office 365, Google for Work, and Box. And lest these teams become complacent, saying “It won’t happen here,” it should be noted that in 2014, 34 percent of companies faced at least one lawsuit with more than $20 million at issue.
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best practices, storage, mobile workforce, technology, data, office 365, mobile device
    
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