Changing the eDiscovery Mindset

Reactive Mindset

At present, eDiscovery is centred around production of vast quantities of emails and file records as quickly as possible for a legal engagement. The entire mindset is purely reactive and organisations are trying to perform searches of their Data without existing adequate management – in some cases none at all – and delaying the outputs or including results that should have long been deleted or properly archived. This is costly, both in terms of time and bottom line and may have negative impacts in how quickly they can respond to cases.

eDiscovery Mindset
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Email Continues to Grow Exponentially

Messaging Options Grow

It is 2017 and we are spoiled for choice in terms of business communication. Whether it is internal work group collaboration or external correspondence with customers and prospects, the options for interaction continue to grow. In such a landscape, with chatbots, IM, video calls, social media messaging all freely available, it would be forgivable to mentally write off the “old school” email as a thing of the past. However, recent research has shown that not only has email not declined in popularity but contrarily has continued to grow exponentially.

Why is this happening and how is it being managed by organisations already deluged by Data?
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When Not to Reply to an Email

Open All Hours

Working time and personal time are becoming more and more blurred. The reach of the former can extend into literally all hours, especially if you are in a globally active organisation. Emails can appear at any time of the day or night and with smart tech devices, it is easy to get notifications and reply in an instant. Most of the time, with good self-discipline, this is not going to be a problem but what about the times you should hold off on that quick reply?
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10 Things To Avoid Having on Email

Avoid Unnecessary Hassle

It is good business (or common) sense to avoid using certain information, terms and content on your business systems. Besides leaving yourself and your organisation open to legal problems if a case were to come up, the daily headlines of massive Data breaches means that what you might think will never be seen outside of your network could be front page tabloid headlines tomorrow!
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