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Archived updates for Thursday, April 28, 2005

Planning Is Key to Successful EDD

According to a January 27, 2005 article in the New Jersey Law Journal, wading through electronic data systems, the "file cabinets" of today, isn't as easy as "point and click." The typical rule of thumb when estimating an electronic discovery data collection is to anticipate 12,000 to 15,000 files per gigabyte. With volumes like this, your team could soon be drowning in a sea of digital data without careful planning of data collection. Their advice: know the network, understand the data, and make a plan.

Click here for specific steps that your company should take to address "E-Discovery and Inevitable Litigation."
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