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Why you need a solid and defensible methodology when you bring eDiscovery in-house

You will need more than just software when you bring eDiscovery in-house: Apart from software licensing that comes in the form of perpetual non-volume based enterprise licenses, volume-based, or time limited hosted (SaaS) and in-house project licenses, one typically also considers professional services, maintenance, support and perhaps some consultancy for the solution

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Bringing eDiscovery in-house is the way to go, but beware of the risks!

Bringing eDiscovery in-house is the way to go. At least, that is what recent surveys and analyst reports confirm. Reports from Gartner, IDC, The 451 Group, the eDiscoveryJournal (http://ediscoveryjournal.com/), Enterprise Strategy Group, and many other sources all point in the same direction:...

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The expanding role of records management: creating the foundation for effective and pro-active-discovery

A legal department for example needs a state of the art software solution to deal with a crucial litigation, while the IT department needs to reduce spend by 35% to justify a new server they believe to be more essential to the smooth running of the business

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