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Six Steps to Controlling e-Discovery for E-mail

The nature of electronically stored information, coupled with new demands around e-discovery, is creating a tipping point for many organizations. They are coming to the conclusion (sometimes after it's too late) that taking a proactive approach to storing, managing and controlling electronic documents, especially e-mail, will put them in a better position to respond to litigation when it occurs, and reduce the costs of litigation. Nearly every legal action taken against a company will involve some type of electronic discovery. Companies must prepare for this. The traditional reactive approach to e-discovery must be changed, with systems that can be deployed quickly and enable immediate, proactive storage and production capabilities for e-mail.

This paper will show that controlling e-mail requires being proactive; it's not so much about how long you save it, but rather how well you control it.

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