White paper: Understanding Data, The Value of Reporting and Analytics to Your Business

October 12, 2015 Stephanie DiPaolo

Using reporting and analytics software, your internal teams can assemble and analyze organizational data to identify key details from data sets before outside counsel is brought in for eDiscovery. 

When was the last time you looked closely at your organization’s unstructured data? What insights did you gain that you used to inform business decisions? If you’re not able to answer those questions, trust us, you’re not alone. Despite its value, data or information reporting and analytics is often—too frequently we might add— an afterthought, even at organizations that do everything else right in a quest to make information governance a priority.

In this white paper, we explore how data, also known as electronically stored information or ESI, reporting and analytics can save your business time and money and offer guidance on systems for inventorying and analyzing ESI within your organization.

Read here!

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