Explores the challenges e-discovery presents to IT departments, and guidelines for how IT managers can be prepared.
E-discovery is becoming much more important in the context of civil litigation – for example, roughly three out of four discovery orders today require email to be produced as part of the discovery process. E-discovery today represents 35% of the total cost of litigation, and companies that fail to produce emails in a timely or appropriate manner face the risk of paying significant sanctions and fines, not to mention loss of corporate reputation, lost revenue and embarrassment. All businesses, regardless of size, face the same challenges.
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