Once upon a time, most company backups could have been described as being inaccessible. Today, between advancements in technology, greater cloud adoption and the cost-effectiveness of cloud storage, there’s almost no room to make that claim anymore.
Join us for a discussion of the challenges and benefits of accessing cloud backups.
- What data types find their way to cloud backup environments?
- Is it all just emails and chats? How are parties addressing access in meet-and-confer negotiations?
- Will proportionality play into the decision to pressure organizations to move to cloud storage?
- Finally, what can you do with the data once it’s in your possession?
Chris O’Connor, Director of eDiscovery Strategy, CDS
William Belt, Managing Director, CDS
Lindsey Lanier, Product Management Director, VerQu, A Relativity Company
Pete Lwin, Senior Project Engineer, CDS
John Rabiej, Partnering with GW Humphreys Complex Litigation Center
Adam Rogers, Senior Forensic Analyst, CDS