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Organizing Data for eDiscovery - SD Chicago 2007
eDiscovery has reached new heights with a mountain of legislation and regulations breathing down the backs of storage managers at any size company. Leading the way in the eDiscovery field are large financial institutions such as Bank of America.
Charged with running the technological side of the eDiscovery efforts for Bank of America is VP Daniel Blair. In this presentation, Blair defines and shows you how this large bank is indexing and managing data to best deal with eDiscovery.
He also looks at both the people and process side of this developing field as well as taking an in-depth look at the technologies required to run this engine.
This presentation also outlines:
- Bank of America eDiscovery history
- Data multiplier - discussion of storage volumes & by-products of processing
- Legal strategy & requirements
- Future of eDiscovery
- And more
E-Discovery, Investigations & Incident Support, Bank of America
- Storage Decisions and Compellent
- 14 May 2007
- 11 May 2007