Osterman Research Finds Business and IT Decision Makers Ill-Prepared to Respond to E- Discovery Requests

Inability to Find, Access and Present Electronically Stored Information (ESI) Introduces Significant Risk of Substantial Fines, Sanctions, Penalties, Lost Revenue and Increased Legal Expenses

NEW YORK – March 28, 2017 – IT research and consulting firm, Osterman Research, has published a new report entitled, “Key Issues for e-Discovery and Legal Compliance” (March 2017). The report presents an overview of key e-discovery issues, and highlights the results from an in-depth survey of decision makers and influencers at mid-sized and large organizations, primarily in North America. The paper also offers a number a best practices that decision makers can implement to enable their organizations to be adequately prepared to satisfy the growing number of e-discovery requests, and in doing so reduce/eliminate corporate burden and the significant risk of fines, sanctions, penalties, lost revenue, and/or increased legal expenses.


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