Electronic data discovery is a collection of huge chunks of data that is either lost due to some accident or deleted due to some reason. Such electronic data retrieved is used in litigation cases where electronic data is evidence.
Electronic document discovery services for law firms and corporate clients involved in litigation are no longer a matter of requesting printed copies of documents. New and extremely valuable data can be found in accounting systems, Email or databases if one knows where to look. This retrieval requires processing and review of large volumes of desperate data, many times eliminating the expense of converting irrelevant data.
Electronic discovery enables you to streamline e-discovery by providing a window into your case data before data processing and review. It helps you gain control and transparency by determining filtering guidelines.
Electronic data discovery includes retrieval of e-mails, voice mails, instant messages, e-calendars, audio files, data on handheld devices, animation, metadata, graphics, photographs, spreadsheets and other types of digital data. E-discovery can also be in the form offline discovery carried out on a particular computer for a particular case.
Computer forensics is an electronic data discovery service that includes the collection, preservation, analysis, and presentation of computer-related evidence. Computer evidence can be useful in criminal cases, civil disputes, and human resources/employment proceedings.
Computer forensics is a specialized form of e-discovery in which an investigation is carried out on the contents of the hard drive of a specific computer. After physically isolating the computer, investigators make a digital copy of the hard drive. Then the original computer is locked in a secure facility to maintain its pristine condition. All investigation is done on the digital copy.
When a case goes for trial, computer evidence can prove to vital for judges in making a decision. This can prove a reversal of the case entirely. Electronic discovery services are extremely useful when compared to traditional evidences and helps dig the smallest of evidences to alter a case.
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