The traditional view of electronically-stored information (ESI) is outdated. It focuses on document metadata, the text within the document. The emergence of the cloud, however, has given us not only greater volumes of data but also legal teams a veritable gold mine of additional information that is rich in evidentiary value. As increasing numbers of organizations are moving to cloud solutions like Box, Google Apps and Microsoft Office 365, there is much discussion by the legal community about the risks posed by these new data sources yet very little about the evidentiary opportunities. Corporate legal teams can gain advantage by looking beyond the norm and find key data that can give their strategy a leg up!
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