Tomorrow, ACEDS will host the webinar How Early Data Assessment Is Changing and Why It Matters at 1pm ET (noon CT, 10:00am PT), sponsored by IPRO. This webinar will discuss how to put early data assessment on the fast track to address the volume and variety of potentially discoverable data organizations are addressing today. Topics include:
- Understanding Today’s Big Data Challenges
- How Changing Privacy Requirements Are Adding to the Challenges
- Coming to “Terms” With Differentiating ECA and EDA
- The Legacy Approach to EDA
- How the “E” in EDA Has Evolved
- How the “D” in EDA Has Developed
- How the “A” in EDA Has Advanced
- Recommendations for Putting EDA on the Fast Track
Join Jeffrey Wolff, CEDS, Director of Corporate Solutions at IPRO and me for a fresh look at Early Data Assessment (EDA), how it is different from Early Case Assessment (ECA) and why and how it has changed from how EDA used to be conducted.
As the volume and variety of data within organizations has expanded significantly, managing that data effectively earlier in the eDiscovery life cycle has also become significantly more important. Legacy approaches of early assessment are no longer viable in today’s business climate of Big Data and remote workforces. How can your organization adapt to today’s challenges and keep your eDiscovery projects on the “fast track”?
Watch this webinar to find out how Early Data Assessment is changing and why it matters, of course! Click here to register to join us tomorrow at 1pm ET!
So, what do you think? Do you need help with understanding your data sooner in the eDiscovery life cycle? If so, join us for this webinar! And please share any comments you might have or if you’d like to know more about a particular topic.
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