Is Your Legal Team Utilizing In-Place Preservation?

Traditionally, preservation was often left to the data custodians. More and more, new technology allows data to be automatically preserved in place, which avoids potential data spoliation. Among the challenges legal departments face with IPP are lack of awareness, and consistency across all the different systems being used. So we created this series of resources to help Legal Teams learn about In-Place Preservation, and implement it for any data source.

Eliminating Data Duplication with IPP Can Make Your Legal Team More Effective

By eliminating data duplication, your legal team has a greater chance of managing and understanding the data volume and its scope. Learn how preserving data in-place reduces legal costs, minimizes data-related risks, increases the speed of litigation resolution in the first white paper of our series.

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Eliminate data duplication with in-place preservation

Building your eDiscovery Workflow Around IPP

eDiscovery Workflow for IPP

What is IPP? It comes down to 2 main concepts: in-place data retention for legal archiving, and preserving data in-place for litigation holds. Learn why and how legal professionals should implement IPP in the second white paper of our series.


The Untapped Potential for In Place Early Data Assessment in Legal

What’s In-Place Early Data Assessment (EDA)? It’s the ability to conduct, search, and apply analytics like email threading and concept clustering to a vast amount of data before it’s processed for review. Learn about its many benefits in the third white paper of our series.

In-Place Early Data Assessment

Why Is Legal Slow to Adopt In-Place Preservation?

Legal Teams & IPP

We polled participants in a recent webinar now available on-demand, In-Place Preservation: Hype or Cutting Edge. The fourth white paper of our series compiles the results to give insight into how Legal Teams currently use IPP, the challenges they face, and more.

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