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This framework provides key points and guides decisions in terms of security, risk and cost practices at corporations and law firms bringing eDiscovery in house via the cloud.
Cloud computing has long been used in some parts of eDiscovery. As the market has evolved, cloud computing is challenging on-premise deployments as a serious contender for eDiscovery and compliance needs. But, the prevailing hype and associated noise has made it hard to discern a workable framework for determining if a cloud-based application is the right deployment model. This, in turn, makes choosing a cloud-based application for the purpose of eDiscovery difficult.
CaseCentral's "Blueprint for Cloud-Based eDiscovery" framework provides key points and guides decisions in terms of security, privacy, control, risk and cost practices at corporations and law firms looking to bring eDiscovery in house via the cloud.
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