Implementing an In-house Solution that Maps to the EDRM

In order for e-discovery software to facilitate a defensible process while reducing cost and reducing risk, it must meet several requirements. In addition to being forensically sound, and having a history of court acceptance, it must support your organization’s existing IT infrastructure. Learn the critical requirements of an effective in-house e-discovery solution.
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