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From reactive to proactive e discovery emrich-final

  1. 1. From Reactive to Proactive E-Discovery Emory Emrich Senior Director, Information Governance
  2. 2. MicroLink Company Profile• Founded 1998 – since December, 2009, a wholly owned subsidiary of Autonomy Inc.• Headquartered in Vienna, VA with offices in New York, Raleigh, Chesapeake and Ann Arbor• Over 140 Consultants focused in:  Information Governance through E-Discovery, Archive Solutions and Records Management  Information Discovery through Enterprise Search  Information Management through Content Management, Portals and Collaboration, and Business Intelligence
  3. 3. A Worst Case Scenario• A Discovery Order is issued and the clock is ticking• I don’t have an E-Discovery policy, OR• I don’t know where all discoverable data is, OR• I don’t know if I could collect it all even if I did• My Options Don’t Look Good – Hire a vendor at any cost – File a cost burden motion and hope for the best – Settle without a proper risk analysis
  4. 4. Prioritization Criteria• Where is the greatest manual heavy lifting?• Where is potential for cost reduction?• Where is greatest technical complexity?• Where are the quick wins?
  5. 5. A Proven Solution Approach Design and Release with Understand the prototype predictable problem incremental results solutions…and then iterate
  6. 6. Jumpstart Unpacked• Phases Informed by common scenarios. Starting Points commonly are… – Notification Management – That plus Collection and Preservation – EDD and Native Production – Email Archive – Retention Classification Automation
  7. 7. Proactivity Concentration
  8. 8. Focus on Front Side of EDRM• Records Management Policy – Retention and Disposition• Classification Automation – Meaning based computing – Realization that manual processes can’t easily keep up or aren’t followed at all
  9. 9. Thank You!• For more information, contact me – Emory Emrich, Senior Director – eemrich@MicroLinkLLC.com – www.linkedin.com/emoryemrich• Member of the eDiscovery Group, eDiscovery 2.0, and the Autonomy Crew groups on LinkedIn

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