CIO Talk Radio Explores Government eDiscovery Needs and Challenges
11/10/2012

Ongoing debate over government eDiscovery regulatory compliance requires government agencies to capture more data for possible investigation and scrutiny. CIO Talk Radio investigates how government entities are handling the costs & risks associated with government eDiscovery

Online PR News – 10-November-2012 – Romeoville IL – CIO Talk Radio investigates the difficulties and needs particular to government eDiscovery processes in the CIO Talk Radio Viewpoint, “Government eDiscovery Needs and Challenges” available online at the CIO Talk Radio website (http://www.ciotalkradio.com/event/421-Government-eDiscovery-needs-and-challenges.html).

This CIO Talk Radio Viewpoint offers a focused dialogue with subject matter expert Allison C. Stanton, Director of eDiscovery, Office of the Assistant Attorney General, Department of Justice – Civil Division. Ongoing debate over government eDiscovery regulatory compliance requires government agencies to capture more data for possible investigation and scrutiny. Stanton reveals how government entities are handling the costs and risks associated with government eDiscovery as well as the latest on regulatory compliance.

CIO Talk Radio ViewPoints are brief dialogues that offer direct, focused insights on a particular key topic concerning IT professionals today. ViewPoints provide an open forum for CXOs, senior practitioners, subject matter experts and other top decision makers to share their expertise, practical know-how, present challenges and intuition as to where the industry is headed.

The current ViewPoint series focuses on issues in eDiscovery: best practices, cost-benefit analysis of eDiscovery processes and tools, how digital discovery data will hold up in court, considerations of in-sourcing eDiscovery versus outside counsel and more (http://www.ciotalkradio.com/ediscovery). For further information, contact Vishwa Dani of CIO Talk Radio, at 630-914-7665 or VDani@CIOtalkradio.com

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