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The Next Step in EDRM

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Risk management and e-discovery is a natural pair for combined use.  The Electronic Discovery Reference Model (EDRM) clearly shows that these two functions are strongly linked in the volume phase of e-discovery, where the goal is to reduce the volume of information for a more streamlined relevance phase.  E-discovery and risk management share common components that, when handled together, can simplify and improve the intelligence and processes of each.  Read this white paper to learn about the five essential benefits of coordinating risk management and e-discovery activities to improve organizational processes, reduce costs, and shorten the e-discovery time frame.

Related Topics:
Risk / Compliance , E-Discovery

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EnCase Risk Manager , EnCase eDiscovery

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