Druva has begun offering Druva Mobile Forensics for Android, which collects data from a company’s Android devices. That means lawyers – as well as IT and information security staff – will find it easier to handle e-discovery or check for possible compliance breaches, the company said.

This comes at a time when there is mobile e-discovery and widespread use of mobile devices by employees. Also, email is likely no longer the dominant data communication method used by employees. Evidence involving mobile device data needs to be preserved for proceedings, as well.

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