Webinar Drills Down on E-Discovery

E-discovery best practices and trends were among the topics of a recent kCura webinar.

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E-discovery best practices and trends were among the topics of a recent kCura webinar.

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    It‘s not just newer records that are being overlooked - voicemail messages are a case in point. They pre-date email in organizational usage, are equally an electronic record that could be discoverable - and most organizations are horrified when this is pointed out to them. Good news is that it is now possible to archive those records, but big picture, glad to see this becoming a broader discussion.

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