Was that cat meme you emailed to a colleague, or a department-wide email reminding employees that Friday is ugly sweater day, or even that receipt of a fax machine purchased in 1995 pertinent to the business or regulations? Most likely not. But you’d be surprised at what gets retained.

On the final day of Legalweek, at the “The Future Is Now: Managing Messaging Data” session, two Reed Smith lawyers will look at the data management practices that can help whittle down unneeded data. They’ll also highlight some personal case studies of how clients removed unessential data to reduce risk and ultimately benefit the company.

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