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Master Data Management Finally Meets E-Discovery

February 22, 2012 No Comments

One of the major issues that IT people have with e-discovery is that it consumes a lot of IT’s time that would be better spent providing real value to the business.
Given today’s volatile legal climate, the folks at Daegis are making a case that it’s time to acknowledge a new e-discovery reality. Instead of doing a new sweep of emails, documents and other information every time there is a new lawsuit, the e-discovery system should have a memory of what similar searches were made before. That’s the approach to e-discovery that is being taken by Daegis in the form of a new cross-matter methodology” that borrows concepts IT organizations typically associate with master data management.

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