For many eDiscovery organizations, COVID-19 is their first experience trying to keep up operations with a remote workforce and large swaths of the global economy temporarily shuttered.
An organization’s ability to provide continuity of service during the crisis and to build a stronger and more resilient organization for the future depends on foresight, preparation, and learning from present and past experiences in the eDiscovery field.
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1Key takeaways from the white paper.
Business continuity basics for eDiscovery
How to run tabletop scenarios for risk assessments
How to train & prepare for remote access operations
Conduct regular security assessments
eDiscovery Continuity in a Disrupted World covers everything legal teams need to know to ensure their legal operations and litigation projects don't experience disruption - even when the world around them does. Get everything you need to know to make sure your organization weathers the storm.
of CEOs believe their business will be disrupted
Readiness is key.
While 87% of CEOs believe their business will be disrupted, only 4% believe that they are ready for the disruption. Savvy legal teams can prepare today for whatever tomorrow may bring.
3Playing the what-if game
Legal teams would do well to play a regular game of what-if during risk assessments and business continuity planning.