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By: Proofpoint Limited     Published Date: Apr 27, 2011
Enterprise IT departments need guidance for deploying eDiscovery applications and for crafting Service Level Agreements (SLAs) with cloud service providers, so that new cloud computing initiatives don't undermine the enterprise's investments in eDiscovery. This paper offers guidelines for evaluating cloud service providers and for defining SLAs that meet the business and IT goals of cloud computing as well as the legal requirements for eDiscovery.
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ediscovery applications, crafting service level agreements, slas, cloud service providers, primary care, acute care, mental health, workforce/hr, policy, finance, it, legal, commissioning, pharmaceuticals
    
Proofpoint Limited
By: ProofSpace     Published Date: Aug 07, 2007
This white paper presents a solution framework for Life Science Organizations that want to implement enterprise digital trust management to protect their electronic value chain.
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proofspace, proofmark, signing key vulnerability, trustworthy time, authenticated time stamps, time existence of data, electronic postmark, time stamp, timestamp, time and data stamping, file authentication, x9.95, timestamping, ediscovery, discovery, admissibility, email archiving, surety, authentidate, timecertain
    
ProofSpace
By: Druva     Published Date: Aug 04, 2016
The rise of the mobile workforce, combined with an increasing risk of litigation, has created a crisis for businesses. When faced with a request for eDiscovery—the production of electronically-stored information (ESI) in the course of a lawsuit or investigation—legal and IT teams must identify and place costly, time-consuming holds on responsive files. These holds apply across devices and repositories, both inside and outside the organization, including SaaS-based cloud applications such as Office 365, Google for Work, and Box. And lest these teams become complacent, saying “It won’t happen here,” it should be noted that in 2014, 34 percent of companies faced at least one lawsuit with more than $20 million at issue.
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By: Druva     Published Date: Aug 04, 2016
The rise of the mobile workforce, combined with an increasing risk of litigation, has created a crisis for businesses. When faced with a request for eDiscovery—the production of electronically-stored information (ESI) in the course of a lawsuit or investigation—legal and IT teams must identify and place costly, time-consuming holds on responsive files. These holds apply across devices and repositories, both inside and outside the organization, including SaaS-based cloud applications such as Office 365, Google for Work, and Box. And lest these teams become complacent, saying “It won’t happen here,” it should be noted that in 2014, 34 percent of companies faced at least one lawsuit with more than $20 million at issue.
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best practices, storage, mobile workforce, technology, data, office 365, mobile device
    
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