Case Study · Discovery Services
Defensible Disposition and Data Remediation
A Fortune 50 company had never taken action to implement a disposition process because of concerns that records might be prematurely destroyed. As a result, the company had accumulated fifty years’ worth of physical records and electronic information stored in email archives, file servers, backup tapes and numerous content repositories. The company sought assistance to remediate its legacy data and implement a go-forward defensible disposition process to combat the escalating costs of storage, added litigation risk and cost of discovery.
The company was able to achieve considerable cost savings associated with storage and management of both electronic information and physical records. The road map provided a phased implementation, enabling the company to demonstrate the effectiveness of the approach and realize immediate benefits without overcommitting available resources. Furthermore, by establishing a defensible disposition process, the company was able to enhance access to information needed to support ongoing business and dispose of redundant, obsolete and transitory information with appropriate checks to prevent the premature disposal of information subject to legal hold.
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