By @sherpasoftware | April 17, 2015
The line between eDiscovery and Information Governance has seemingly been blurred from the get go. The problem is that when you talk about information governance you can’t help but also talk about aspects of eDiscovery. Both can be described as a way of identifying, retaining, and securing electronic documents which inevitably leads you to saying something along the lines of “but it’s different”. Because, in fact, they are different.
eDiscovery is reactive, working to find important files in a corpus that contains little to no organization.
Information governance is proactive, using policies and procedures to structure, control, and organize ESI.
The two work together to achieve a single goal of securing important documents for litigation.
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