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Published: 20 Oct 2012

E-discovery: Take action with information Managing stored data means being able to find what you need when you need it. IN APRIL, I introduced the concept of Intelligent Information Management (see "Turn data into intelligent information," Storage, April 2006), along with two of its components, information classification (organizing information into categories) and information management (taking actions against data). Beyond the basic management tasks--copying, deleting and migrating data--there are several other discrete actions an organization may need to take with its information assets. Two of these actions, information quarantine and review, are usually forced upon an organization and its IT department as part of the electronic discovery (e-discovery) process. E-discovery touches all market sectors I'm not an attorney (and I don't aspire to be one), but I'm fascinated with the methodical transition the legal industry is undergoing as pertinent evidence is frequently extracted from digital sources, including storage media. Recently, Enterprise Strategy ... Access >>>

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