by Greg Houston on October 31, 2014
Identifying and collecting data that’s relevant to litigation, internal investigations, or data remediation can be a challenge as electronic information continues to grow at an exponential rate. Even corporate counsel with software already in place for the initial stages of the e-discovery process may find the number of documents, storage locations, and custodians quickly outpace the capabilities of those tools.
Over the last few years, e-discovery platforms built to handle big data at the processing, review, and analysis stages have expanded end-to-end, giving corporate counsel a new choice for identification, preservation, and collection. Here are a few areas in which an e-discovery solution excels (please click to enlarge):