Cloud computing has quietly emerged as the focal point of e-discovery. This is significant for two reasons. The first is the domain’s horizontal reach, which any organization may become embroiled in, especially since it now transcends litigation to also include data privacy regulations, internal investigations, and Freedom of Information Act requests. The second is that e-discovery encompasses so many facets of the data management ecosystem—advanced analytics, data governance, metadata management, data visualizations, data cataloging, and more—that it’s an undeniable reflector of where that ecosystem is today: in the cloud.
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