Electronic Discovery Law
Cloud Considerations: E-Discovery
By: Katie Taylor, K&L Gates
SaaS, PaaS and data hosting providers stress the significant efficiencies to be gained from cloud computing when marketing their services. Depending on the cloud computing system you are considering, however, a number of features may have a significant impact on your company’s ability to comply with electronic discovery obligations should it be sued or subpoenaed.
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