There are many benefits to choosing a managed services provider, especially when managing high-volume and complex discovery projects. With managed service projects, the primary goal is long-term cost control via data management, frequent use of data repositories and documented repeatable workflows.

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Computers inherently create mass amounts of duplicative data. In today’s age of massive data proliferation, duplicate and near-duplicate ESI have become big contributors to excessive data populations, rising legal cost, and even a decreased confidence in data for those without access to the appropriate technology to organize and search within this data. As a result, de-duplication and near-duplication identification have become standard workflows for most eDiscovery and review teams.

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The EDRM (Electronic Discovery Reference Model) refers to both a conceptual framework for understanding the stages within the overall eDiscovery process, and also the EDRM organization and community behind this framework and other resources. The EDRM model consists of nine stages: information governance, identification, preservation, collection, processing, review, analysis, production, and presentation. It essentially serves as a map of the electronic discovery…

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