There’s no shortage of situations that organizations need to investigate. While the pandemic sent many employees home to work and shifted some of the subjects of investigations and the means of reporting concerns, workplace misconduct itself hasn’t gone anywhere.
Investigations are incredibly diverse in their subject matter, but they pose a common set of pressures and challenges, such as short timelines, secrecy regarding an investigation’s subjects, and an overwhelming abundance of potentially relevant data, to name just a few.
Fortunately, the tools created to manage eDiscovery – including technology-assisted review, entity search, and relationship analysis – are equally adept at managing the challenges of investigations.
This report summarizes the current state of internal investigations and lays out the key challenges that organizations face when it comes to managing their data during an investigation. It then reports how organizations are currently using eDiscovery technology to overcome those challenges and proposes additional ways that organizations can leverage eDiscovery tools and techniques to complete investigations quickly and efficiently across several use cases.
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