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Intel IT’s bring-your-own-device program allows tens of thousands of employee-owned smart phones, tablets, and computers into the workplace. One of the challenges this poses is the change it necessitates in the electronic discovery process for the organization – the process of gathering data for litigation. In this video, hear about the primary challenges of eDiscovery in a world of employee-owned devices, and how the IT organization can stay ahead of the game in addressing these challenges.
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