Three Common Techniques for E-Discovery Preservation

January 2014
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Three Common Techniques for E-Discovery Preservation

At a glance

There are three primary ways to preserve data in response to e-discovery obligations: self preservation, in-place preservation and preservation through data collection. While there is no one-size-fits-all approach, organizations typically employ one or more of these approaches depending on the nature of the case, defensibility requirements and available resources. This white paper discusses the pros and cons of each approach.