What is a litigation readiness plan?

What is a litigation readiness plan?

Why you need a litigation response plan and where to begin Readiness is “the state of being fully prepared for something.” Litigation readiness is the state of being fully prepared with a repeatable, defensible plan for how to respond to the initiation of a lawsuit or...
What is Microsoft® Office 365®?

What is Microsoft® Office 365®?

Understanding how Office 365 fits into your ediscovery workflow Office 365 is Microsoft’s familiar Office suite, hosted in the cloud. In addition to Microsoft’s ubiquitous Word and Excel programs, Office 365 also includes email program Outlook, cloud-storage solution...
What Is the Cloud?

What Is the Cloud?

What Is the Cloud, and What Does It Mean for Businesses? The cloud describes a global network of computers and servers that store and process data. Data and software in the cloud are located on physical servers — at least one, but usually more — somewhere in the...
What Is A Legal Hold?

What Is A Legal Hold?

Legal Holds in Ediscovery: What They Are and When You Need Them A legal hold, also known as a litigation hold, is the process by which an organization advises personnel when information must be preserved for potential litigation matters or investigations. The legal...