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eDiscovery is a Headache Without Great Information Governance

Posted by Kevin Bley On June 14, 2017

The cost (both financial and time) of eDiscovery is substantial. In fact, it's only getting more prohibitively expensive as data storage gets cheaper and easier to set up and companies have to comb through an ever-increasing amount of information.

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IoT is a Minefield for Data Privacy, Information Security and eDiscovery

Posted by Brett Grego On June 8, 2017

The Internet of Things (IoT) has exploded in the last few years. From thermostats to cars, thousands of items can now collect, store and transmit data. The question many general counsel are asking is how does this affect data privacy, information security and eDiscovery?

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Data Privacy Laws, eDiscovery and Information Governance

Posted by Andrew Borgschulte On August 18, 2016

An article from In-house Access brings up some interesting points about discovery and the associated data privacy laws. In general, courts in the United States allow very broad discovery. There has been movement to limit the scope, especially when it comes to eDiscovery, but as of now large amounts of data are required for discovery. Additionally, because these rules focus on the parent...

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Office 365 Compliance Updates Improve eDiscovery Capabilities

Posted by Andrew Borgschulte On February 2, 2016

As we have discussed in the past, there are many challenges associated with eDiscovery. Improving your organization's Office 365 compliance is also a major concern. Improvements to Office 365 Advanced eDiscovery now allow customers to export data to third-party review applications including Epiq DocuMatrix, iConect XERA, Relativity and Recommind Axcelerate.

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Office 365 Compliance Improved with eDiscovery and Litigation Hold for Groups

Posted by Andrew Borgschulte On December 30, 2015

Office 365 Groups is a service that establishes a single set of permissions across Office 365 apps. When a user joins a group, they gain access to all of the assets of the team such as conversations, meetings and documents. Any user in the organization can create a Group and begin collaborating immediately. However, there also needs to be support for IT to control these Groups at an...

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eDiscovery: The Cost of Being Unprepared

Posted by Nelson Chiu On September 1, 2015

It's certainly not a new issue but the challenge remains the same when it comes to the cost (both financial and time) of eDiscovery. In fact, it's only getting more prohibitively expensive as data storage gets cheaper and easier to set up and companies have to comb through an ever-increasing amount of information.

Topics: ediscovery
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