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Survey results: Understanding cloud end-user pain points

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Are you one eDiscovery away from a budgetary meltdown?

Public clouds are offering deep data storage at cents per gigabyte. While this may be a great financial draw at first glance, there are hidden costs with many cloud offerings that make it very hard to know exactly what the costs of recovering required data would be. 

When combined with poorly implemented means of identifying files and records that are required, the costs of eDiscovery can be so expensive as to have a severe impact on a business’ bottom line.

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