The main rewards of bringing eDiscovery in-house are very clear: reducing costs and controlling risks—for the current legal matter as well as future litigation...This is mainly what organizations try to achieve when they bring eDiscovery in house
The majority of commonly-used search tools are built to retrieve only the most popular hits—which simply doesn’t meet the demands of exploratory legal or investigative search or for more advanced tasks such as document classification for eDiscovery, Legacy Information Clean-up or Enterprise Information Archiving
In any case, I’d encourage anyone who would like to take a deeper dive into SharePoint’s Records Management capabilities to enroll in AIIM’s Managing Records eDiscovery with SharePoint 2013 course
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But there is also a dark side to Big Data: requirements for eDiscovery, governance, compliance, privacy and storage can lead to enormous costs and new risks