Enterprise Search for E-discovery Compliance

Enterprise search is rapidly emerging as a key component to electronic discovery, and is proving to be the very technology that organizations need to comply with US Federal Rules of Civil Procedure (FRCP). But not all enterprise search software is the same, and conducting a review of the various technologies available can be a daunting task. Find out what you’ll need to look for to ensure regulatory compliance.
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