According to surveys, the average large company spends more than $2.5 million per year on e-discovery preservation alone. Fear of data spoliation and sanctions causes many companies to over-preserve, resulting in unnecessary costs and added legal liability over time. Controlling preservation costs and risks starts with understanding the various preservation approaches, when and how each should be used and the ways in which they complement each other.
The white paper examines:
- The primary data preservation techniques: custodian self preservation, preservation by collection and in-place preservation
- Technology requirements and considerations underlying each preservation approach
- The processes required to create a tiered preservation strategy that incorporates various approaches
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