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Do Personal Email Archives Amount to IT Malpractice?



July 29, 2010 11:37 am





Personal Email Archives: Do They Amount To IT Malpractice?

With personal archiving, users are allowed to move data off the organization’s production servers and storage to a system-defined location that may include the user’s local machine. Trying to recover messages as part of an internal audit or litigation rapidly becomes a costly nightmare. All too often data simply cannot be found, or the organization runs the risk of losing critical information when PCs or laptops are refreshed.

Things to think about:

  • Can you defend the effectiveness of your legal hold process?
  • If personal archives are requested, do you have a process to enable production?
  • For every Send, there is a Receive & what might opposing counsel have that you are not aware of?
  • Are you capable of determining if you should settle before having invested too much time?
  • Does your current setup provide the tools for effective legal strategy planning?

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