The proliferation of data and how it is being managed — or in most cases mismanaged — is causing more organizations to question whether they have information assets or liabilities.
Two of the major drivers pushing organizations to finally get their data under control are costs and risks.
“People are starting to get interested in reducing their overall data in many cases for regulatory issues,” said Dera Nevin, managing director and an electronic discovery lawyer at re:Discovery Law PC.
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