Government Agency Resource Series
Review Data in Place Before You Collect
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IPRO has put together a series of resources to help your government agency take an upstream approach to controlling your data by reviewing data in place for FOIA, PRR, and DSAR requests. Download them today.
SMART COLLECTIONS SAVE TIME AND MONEY
Government agencies need to ensure only relevant data is sent externally to reduce risk. Watch this video to learn how you can perform Smart Collections, saving you time and money.
WHAT IS IPP IN EDA?
In-place preservation gives your government agency the ability to conduct Early Data Assessment (EDA) with your data without actually moving it from original repositories. This helps increase the speed of eDiscovery and enables you to reduce risk by flagging data even before there’s an event. Read this White Paper to learn more about In-Place Preservation.
Download the What is In-Place Preservation Whitepaper
HOW DOES IPP WORK IN EDA?
Having in-place EDA tools that can extract text and metadata across all your agency’s repositories creates a massive index that can provide you with consistent insight into your data. It also gives uniformity to your analysis, rather than having to piece together the true messages from data batches in different sources. Check out this White Paper to discover the untapped potential for IPP in EDA.
Download the Untapped Potential for In-Place Preservation Whitepaper
BUILD YOUR EDISCOVERY AROUND IPP
Moving data in and out of its natural state can pose great risk to data, but it often part of the eDiscovery process at many government agencies. Before integrating IPP, you must examine and reestablish all internal processes so you can collaborate cross-agency and achieve a single pane of glass view for all your data. Read this white paper to learn how to work smarter, not harder with IPP.
Download the Building Your eDiscovery Workflow Around In-Place Preservation Whitepaper
OVERCOME ROAD BLOCKS TO USING IPP
While IPP can help government agencies process requests more efficiently, there’s a few roadblocks they face to integrating it into their processes. They must ensure more consistency across tools and platforms to best utilize IPP, as well as drive an overall trust and awareness to the new solution. Check out this guide to learn more about the challenges to adopt IPP and how you can overcome them.
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HOW IPP CAN HELP REDUCE DATA DUPLICATION RISKS
With IPP tools, government agencies can use one massive index to extract text and metadata across repositories, eliminating the need to make copies of data across various sources. This helps reduce data duplication, and the associated costs and risks. Check out this White Paper to learn 3 reasons why eliminating data duplication with in-place preservation can make your teams more effective.