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After years of minimal involvement in ediscovery, IT is increasingly responsible for the critical data management and collections phases of ediscovery. As email archives and backup take on new ediscovery responsibilities, three factors are driving this change.
Ediscovery is increasingly falling into the IT organization's hands. This presents a challenge for ediscovery vendors who are used to dealing with IT secondary influencer but selling directly to legal.
Trends include project management, cloud positioning, social media, interdisciplinary teams, interoperability, and in-house eDiscovery.
A successful eDiscovery process depends on a strong foundation of well-managed data.
The collections process for eDiscovery is showing signs of moving away from service providers and coming in-house.
eDiscovery development and dollars are moving fast into areas under ITs direct control and there are many driving factors that are making eDiscovery more attractive to IT.
IT should bring its own set of buying criteria to the table in the early stages of the eDiscovery process, especially since the critical success factors for eDiscovery purchases mimic those of storage management buys.
There are three major stages of eDiscovery that, if done well, will also help solve storage management, compliance and governance issues.
There is a lot of confusion over what constitutes the cloud. So lets define some cloud terminology narrowed down by eDiscovery.