A Supercomputer in Every Pocket – Mobile Devices In eDiscovery
Text, surf, share, snap, call. However you describe the action, it’s likely you, your staff and your clients are using a smartphone for business in some fashion. Smartphones have become so powerful that NASA states the average device “has more computing power than all of NASA when it put the first men on the moon in 1969”.
Translation – smart phones are powerful tools for business and personal use.
As a result, mobile devices are turning up frequently as relevant sources in litigation. According to a recent litigation trends survey, “roughly half of all litigation matters in 2015 and 2016 involved preservation and/or collection of mobile device data”. Of the mobile devices implicated in 2016, 93% were smartphones. This trend is an area of concern for those tasked with communication compliance and preservation.
RSVP for XDD Webinar on Wed, January 24
A Supercomputer in Every Pocket – Mobile Devices in eDiscovery
In this free, educational webinar, XDD Director of Education Matthew Verga, JD, will review several aspects of the mobile device discovery challenge.
What You’ll Learn
- What kinds of materials and information they contain
- Available collection options and applicable limitations
- Management and review of acquired mobile materials
- Relevant case law on the discovery of mobile device data
We look forward to seeing you on the webinar.