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Jim Gill, Ipro: What is In-Place Preservation and How Does It Affect Your eDiscovery Workflow

Friday, June 12, 2020   (0 Comments)
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Extract from Jim Gill's article "What is In-Place Preservation and How Does It Affect Your eDiscovery Workflow"

There has been a lot of discussion around In-Place Preservation (IPP) over the past few years, but many in the legal industry are still unsure of its potential for eDiscovery, data privacy, and compliance.

A good first step is to define what we mean by IPP and how that changes whether you’re talking about data retention policies or legal hold.

For retention, preserving data in-place simply means you retain the data where it’s actually being used, rather than moving it to a separate archiving solution or to a separate location the way we would move paper boxes to a warehouse (which is exactly the struggle Rick Compliance is facing in this week’s eDiscovery Blues™ comic.)

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