Become Litigation Ready®
Manage Long Term Liability and be Prepared for Litigation
Developing a sound corporate policy that satisfies legal, compliance and regulatory requirements is critical in today’s climate for managing risks and eDiscovery costs.
Index Engines prepares companies by helping them create a Litigation Ready® environment. A Litigation Ready environment is one where the data required to support a lawsuit is readily accessible and in a legal hold archive. This approach eliminates the pain and expense around identifying and collecting data under extremely tight timeframes when litigation arises.Index Engines is architected to add intelligence to enterprise-class environments and can have you Litigation Ready in three steps.
Use Cases for Litigation Readiness
- Early-data assessment: An up-to-date view into corporate user data including files and email ensures that corporations can easily create and implement strategy to cull down and manage large document populations quickly and efficiently.
- Litigation Preparedness: Define strategy and assess risks before an eDiscovery event, not after. Use the data profile to assist with collaboration, data collection and extraction for review.
- Reducing eDiscovery Costs: Eliminate the processing and reprocessing of large data sets each time a legal matter arises. Easily produce data that resides in or out of the Catalyst archive for eDiscovery review.
- Legal Hold / Archive: Define automated policies for the retention of content, and this content can be migrated to the archive. Archive information such as custodian specific email based upon legal hold requirements or data determined to have business value or linked to compliance requirements.
- Mitigating Risk: Purging legacy data will not only recoup storage capacity and save organizations money, but eliminating non responsive assets will reduce the risks involved with a “keep everything” policy.
- Defensible Deletion: Defensible data assessment and deletion processes support compliance and regulatory requirements. As disposition of the data is performed, including deletion, logs will be maintained that detail the date and disposition of the document.