Every day, more than 2.5 quintillion bytes of data are created. When you have that much data to sort through, eDiscovery becomes a lifesaver. By archiving business communication data you make utilizing eDiscovery easier. Your legal team can not only find important information quickly, but you can also manage your storage needs.
- How to reduce backup costs by moving unstructured data to content archiving systems
- Why 54% of companies feel that eDiscovery will become more important in the next 12 months
- How to avoid FRCP lawsuits and litigations with better archiving and data management
- What you need to do to cut down your eDiscovery process time
Traditional eDiscovery relies on linear document review–the process of manually reviewing and coding potentially relevant and privileged content. While this process works well for relatively small data sets, the review of large data sets makes linear document review inefficient and time-consuming. Moreover, it contributes significantly to the growing cost of eDiscovery because of both the multiple reviews of the same content that often must take place, as well as the production of content that ultimately will not be useful. Underscoring the enormous cost associated with reviewing documents during eDiscovery are the findings of a Rand analysis that found the review phase of eDiscovery accounts for 73% of the costs of producing electronic documents.