Ediscovery is big business, costing organizations $40 billion a year or more.
Bringing ediscovery in house is a common cost-saving measure, yet most companies are still frustrated by poorly executed processes and fluctuating, unpredictable budgets.
In Analyzing the True Cost of Ediscovery, we break down the categories driving ediscovery costs and the impediments to better budget management. We look at both the organizational characteristics affecting ediscovery spend, including litigation volume and data types — and what you can do about them — as well as the process improvements that add up to less expensive, more predictable ediscovery spending. And we take a look at the bigger, more dramatic costs, such as spoliation sanctions and the costs of poor data security, that can knock a projected budget completely off the rails.
Get more out of your ediscovery budget.