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Organizations are increasingly being ordered to produce email messages and other files relevant to electronic discovery - and the penalties for noncompliance with a court's discovery order can be severe. Thus it is vital that every organization manage its electronic data for fast, easy, accurate retrieval when required.
In this e-book from SearchCompliance.com, find expert advice that will help you ease the pain – and the cost – of e-discovery, as well as tips and tactics for bridging the gap between e-discovery and data security.
Electronic records are as real as paper documents. In this SearchCompliance eBook, you'll learn the importance of having a records retention policy and how to properly manage the data for e-discovery and recovery in your organization.
In this eBook from the experts at SearchCompliance.com, discover all you need to know about e-discovery, compliance, and data security in order to plan for success in your organization. Find out how effective records management can ease the pain of e-discovery, how Web forensics can help protect your data, and more.
Microsoft Exchange Server is a powerful enterprise messaging tool that has proven to be very successful over the years. This white paper, sponsored by Sherpa Software, outlines the various archiving and eDiscovery features in Exchange 2010, examines how they work, and discusses various limitations in their deployment.
Electronically stored information (ESI) has become an integral part of organizations today – so it is necessary to understand the compliance regulations and best practices that come along with ESI. Find out how to create and maintain an ESI system that eases e-discovery requirements, and more.
This IT buyer's guide dives into eDiscovery software requirements by highlighting the capabilities commonly needed by IT teams and how a web-based legal process management software suite meets these requirements.