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Article: Archival and eDiscovery Address Different Challenges [message #397570] Sun, 12 April 2009 14:36
AleciaBrent
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eDiscovery is an end-to-end process starting from the point of identifying all information across an enterprise to processing it for culling and legal hold, and analyzing and reviewing it for pertinence to case matters or litigations or investigations. The process of eDiscovery spans across enterprise data sources, datacenters, remote offices and across data types--in short, it's a process that needs to work across boundaries for it to be transparent, accurate, complete, effective and exhaustive. eDiscovery is an enterprise wide problem and is required for both active and archive content sources. eDiscovery challenges and requirements are orthogonal to archiving challenges and requirements. Customers need a best of breed approach for solving both eDiscovery and archiving challenges.

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