eDiscovery & Netmail: Search, Produce, and Export Exactly What You're Looking For
In the eDiscovery world, the Electronic Discovery Reference Model (EDRM) has been the standard conceptual framework followed by most eDiscovery cases. The EDRM appears to move linearly. Data is identified, preserved and collected, then processed, reviewed, and analyzed before moving to production and presentation. Although this process does gradually narrow your data set, a sizable bulk of electronic documents, in the form of documents, emails, and shared cloud files from different locations, be it in-house or on-premise, is the result of the Preservation and Collection stages.
This free guide, brought to you by Netmail, demonstrates how you can take control of the eDiscovery costs and timelines by being smarter during the collection process. Since you own the data, you can reduce the amount of data sent for review. This not only reduces costs, but it shortens the timeline to send reviewed data to corporate council or outside legal council.