ESI (Electronically Stored Information) Winds of Change


Changes are underway in how electronically stored information (ESI) is processed and reviewed. These changes are due to the huge size of repositories - hundreds of gigabytes or multiple terabyte sizes - identified for collection and processing. Corporations and their legal counsel realize that it may not be feasible or affordable to collect and produce all the information identified in larger cases.

Several new software applications have been introduced that offer many of the same features included in popular electronic discovery software (indexing, file and email “de-duplication”, online review, searching and culling). The difference is they are designed to run as an “appliance” application on a corporate network.

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