What Every Enterprise Should Know about Cloud Computing and eDiscovery

Proofpoint Whitepaper on the eDiscovery and ESI Implications of Cloud Computing. Some enterprises are finding that their investment in cloud computing - particularly for email storage - can be at odds with their in-house eDiscovery strategies. Cloud computing makes IT operations fast and nimble, but it doesn't necessarily make electronically stored information easier to discover or legal holds easier to enforce. On the contrary, cloud computing can make legal holds and ESI searches more complex, time-consuming, and difficult.

How can your organization take advantage of cloud computing while minimizing the risk of complicating electronic discovery?

Read What Every Enterprise Should Know About Cloud Computing and eDiscovery to get practical advice on how to evaluate cloud service providers and how to define SLAs that meet the business, legal and IT goals of your organization. Please enter your contact information to download this whitepaper. View our Privacy Policy here.

Provided by: Proofpoint Topic: Cloud Date Added: May 2016 Format: PDF

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