Key Issues in eDiscovery - Osterman Research
sponsored by Imation Corp.

eDiscovery: It indirectly means your company has to retain every scrap of relevant electronic content systematically and rigorously so when you must "discover" data for legal or other reasons, you can find each piece of requested information. If your storage, data retention and archiving operations are slightest bit untidy, you could be in serious hot water should you fail an information audit.

This paper covers the best practices and technologies for ensuring a comprehensive eDiscovery strategy and keeping those costs low. Read on to access the results of a primary market research survey highlighting the key problems companies like your own have with current eDiscovery practices.

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