In a down economy businesses need to be more concerned than ever about potential litigation costs and risks. Next week HP brings you a webinar covering best practices for proactive e-discovery (electronic discovery) by utilizing good records management. Aimed at lowering litigation costs and mitigating risks, this webinar is a must for legal teams, upper management or any business concerned about potential electronic discovery issues.
E-discovery is a term used to describe any process in which electronic data is sought, located, secured, and searched with the intent of using it as evidence in a civil or criminal legal case. It can mean large amounts of time and money lost for a company. But by being proactive, businesses can help stave off some potential headaches down the road.
Brought to you by HP, the Best Practices for Proactive E-Discovery with Records Management webinar is scheduled for January 27, 2009. Both Brian Hill of Forrester Research and Noel Rath, World Wide Product Marketing Manager for HP TRIM will present. Hill is a reported expert on topics such as enterprise content management and records and retention management initiatives.
Together the two will discuss not only some best practice solutions for becoming more proactive where e-discovery is concerned and how to do it through records management, they will also look at HP’s goals in information governance strategies and how they plan to help business become more efficient.
Again, for any concerned about possible e-discovery issues, don’t wait until they happen to end up paying exorbitant costs when being proactive can help eliminate or lower much of the cost. Use the link below to register for HP’s webinar scheduled for January 27, 2009 at 11am PST/2pm EST.