Data is duplicative by nature, but the way your operation stores and manages data is likely exposing it to unnecessary and costly redundancy. Most organizations handling e-discovery today could very well have a cumulative data set that is anywhere from five to 10 times bigger than necessary.

The following are the areas impacted by data sprawl, why it occurs and what you can do about it.

Where ESI Data Gets Duplicated

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