eDiscovery with BYOD: Best Practices in the Enterprise
sponsored by Intel

Allowing BYOD in the enterprise presents a number of challenges where electronic discovery (eDiscovery) is concerned, namely because:

  • The company does not own or physically control the devices
  • There are a wide variety of potential data types to consider
  • This data can potentially reside in multiple locations
  • Safeguarding and retrieving the data can be difficult

Uncover how designing a BYOD program with eDiscovery in mind can help your organization enjoy the luxuries and benefits of BYOD while effectively addressing potential eDiscovery challenges that may arise from small form factor (SFF) data and devices.

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