E-Discovery and Information Governance

Panelists examine the challenges when creating IG policies that account for e-discovery needs.

The increasing frequency and severity of e-discovery in litigation and regulatory investigations is causing organizations to re-assess their overall information governance (IG) strategies. With growing data volumes being stored in silos and no common framework for managing it, many legal and IT teams are struggling to align IG and e-discovery requirements.

In this on-demand webcast, panelists examine the challenges when creating IG policies that account for e-discovery needs.

Watch to learn best practices for:

  • Identifying and managing key data sources, including proactively archiving, de-duplicating and indexing information
  • Translating e-discovery and regulatory realities into effective IG policies that reflect organizational needs
  • Integrating technologies for a more streamlined IG/e-discovery process

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