Insights: Publications Data Mapping - Why is it Important for Successful E-Discovery?

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Written by Amy L. Catton
Data mapping is the creation of an inventory of an organization’s data. A data map describes:
  • The type of data the exists in the organization;
  • Where that data is stored;
  • Who the responsible party is for that data; and
  • When the data is eligible for archival or deletion.

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