Listen to Karl Schieneman, Director of Analytics and Review with JurInnov, talk with a diverse panel about the problem of storing lots and lots of data. More than the problems presented, we will talk about case law, approaches for dealing with this problem and why you should start acting today. Perhaps, this show should be done on New Year’s Eve when New Year’s Resolutions occur. “I am going to lose 10 pounds” can be replaced with “I am going to lose 100 Terabytes of data over the next month and live a healthier ESI life.” In fact, I would suggest that losing 100 Terabytes of data is good for your health and can increase the life span and employment of IT professionals, E-Discovery coordinators, outside counsel and, importantly, the clients.
On today’s show, we have an outside counsel, Alitia Faccone a partner with New Jersey based McCarter & English, Jim McGann an executive with the backup tape retrieval company Index Engines and Gary Rylander, an outside consultant who has been project managing these types of projects at large companies. Between these group of experts, we should have an interesting discussion on the challenges associated with Legacy Data and the upside of starting to take action today.