Information governance in anticipation of civil litigation in the UK
sponsored by IBM

The disclosure of documents and other types of data needed for civil litigation can be expensive, risky, and disruptive to business operations. So, for organizations who anticipate any type of litigation, it makes sense to develop a proactive information governance environment.

This white paper demonstrates how businesses can successfully execute the appropriate information governance policies to make the e-discovery and litigation process less expensive and disruptive, providing IT with the tools they need to:

  • Enforce disposition policies across all types of corporate information
  • Automatically and defensibly remove redundant and obsolete information
  • Reduce the volumes of data which need to be assessed for disclosure.
  • Forecast legal costs and analyse the impact of different legal strategies.
  • And more
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