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eDiscovery can be incredibly complex and expensive. IT often treats eDiscovery as legal counsel’s issue but IT is a huge part of the response. eDiscovery has a lot of moving parts. IT must interact with inside counsel, outside counsel, and a variety of different parties within the enterprise. The entire process needs to be auditable and – in legal parlance – “defensible.” Use this strategy set to:
- Prepare for eDiscovery. Develop a SOP and a set of standard communication templates to guide the conversation with requestors and legal counsel.
- Formalize the process so that IT can control the pain and business disruption that eDiscovery creates.
- Reduce the cost of compliance by up to 80%.