Data Preservation

Discovery Risk Mitigation – Preservation

Should It Stay or Should It Go? A terrible wordplay on The Clash’s 1981 classic perhaps, but to retain or dispose of data is a core theme in this, the last piece in our Discovery Risk Mitigation series of blogs. You’ll recall the previous discussion that Information Governance is increasingly both a critical aspect of achieving an improved response to discovery events, such as investigations, litigation

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Data Preservation

Discovery Risk Mitigation – Preservation

Should It Stay or Should It Go? A terrible wordplay on The Clash’s 1981 classic perhaps, but to retain or dispose of data is a core theme in this, the last piece in our Discovery Risk Mitigation series of blogs. You’ll recall the previous discussion that Information Governance is increasingly both a critical aspect of achieving an improved response to discovery events, such as investigations, litigation

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Is Office 365 up to handling all your eDiscovery needs?

With the bulk of business information now stored electronically, eDiscovery has become a vital tool for responding to requests for review and production during lawsuits or investigations. It’s a far cry from the paper-wading discovery processes of old, but the sheer volume and complexity of electronic data can make it just as time-consuming and expensive. Thankfully, companies like Microsoft are making a big dent in the

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How Power BI is cutting data modelling and visual analytics costs for businesses

One of the most enjoyable parts of our work is helping our clients get full functionality from their Microsoft Office 365 and Azure licenses. We’re constantly astounded by the number of organisations paying top dollar to third-party providers for tools and services that they already have built into their Microsoft subscriptions. Business Intelligence and Visual Analytics tools are a great example that has been coming up

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Can you benefit from using Microsoft’s eDiscovery for non-Office 365 data sources?

When it comes to eDiscovery, most discussions tend to focus on the right-hand side of the eDiscovery Reference Model (EDRM) – the review, production and presentation processes that legal teams typically perform with the help of heavy-duty, dedicated review tools such as Relativity, Logicull and EDT. What people seem to forget, however, is that no matter how great your review tools are, you’re never going to

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