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E-Discovery Preservation Approaches: Any Way You Want It

Learn about the three primary approaches to preserve data in e-discovery and which best fits your company’s needs.

Created on November 20, 2013

In e-discovery there are three primary ways to preserve data:(1) self preservation,(2) in-place preservation and (3) preservation via data collection. While there is no one-size-fits-all approach, organizations typically employ one or more approaches depending on the nature of the case, defensibility requirements and available resources.

In this on-demand webcast, panelists review all three preservation approaches and discuss why one or combination of the three may be better suited for some organizations and cases than others.


  • The pros and cons of the three differing preservation approaches
  • What technology and IT resources are needed to support each approach
  • How technology can support a flexible, “Any Way You Want It"
  • preservation process