Extract from Ankur Agarwal’s article “3 Things to Remember in Setting a Firm Foundation for eDiscovery”
A strong foundation for your eDiscovery projects is integral to being successful in all your eDiscovery endeavors. Mastering this requires focus on establishing an information governance framework, utilizing the Electronic Discovery Reference Model (EDRM) and employing a modern eDiscovery solution.
Read on to learn more about our three core things to remember when setting a firm foundation for all your eDiscovery projects.
Establishing an Information Governance Framework
Information governance is the management of an organization’s creation, usage, storage and disposition of information, data and records. It is incredibly important for your litigation preparedness, as it aids in:
- Knowing what, where and how your organization manages information and data
- Saving on your eDiscovery costs
- Complying with data management and eDiscovery laws
You will need to evaluate what information and data you have, where you are storing it, and how it is being stored and managed to establish an information governance framework that works in your favor.