Tag Archives: e-discovery
In this video, Richard Cramer, chief healthcare strategist, and Claudia Chandra, senior director, product management, ILM, Informatica, discuss healthcare and application retirement.
During this discussion (the first of two videos), Richard and Claudia cover the following topics as they relate to healthcare:
– The business case for application retirement
– Additional drivers for application retirement
The second video, discusses application retirement project scope, enterprise IT initiatives and how application retirement is the fastest way for IT to save money now.
CompTIA, an IT industry trade group, just issued a survey that shows 88 percent of attorneys and 53 percent of IT pros expect the use of e-discovery to increase in the next few years.
In other words, lawyers expect to be doing even more crawling through e-mail records, records of customer interactions, and employee records to get at the truth, or at least build their case.
E-discovery, which refers to the discovery process in civil litigation using electronically stored information. Many firms also routinely engage in data collection and informal investigations related to personnel matters, violations of company policies and security breaches that never involve the legal system but may nonetheless fall under the umbrella of e-discovery. (more…)