Study: E-Discovery Not Limited to E-Mail

January 2012
Information Management Journal;Jan/Feb2012, Vol. 46 Issue 1, p12
The article focuses on Symantec Corp.'s 2011 information retention and e-discovery survey which has revealed that e-mail is not only the primary source of records produced for an e-discovery request by companies. It also declared that companies with the best information management (RIM) practices and records and have less risk of court sanctions.


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