In today’s business environment, any company, from small to large, can count on facing unwanted incidents and formal litigation. And since most companies use computer networks to process financial transactions and to handle the sheer amount of information associated with their business, computer data will inevitably be involved in any unwanted incident or litigation attempt. As such, it’s the smart companies, and IT departments, who understand that they will need to be in a position to efficiently deal with this information – and that means in a computerized format – when responding to incidents or litigation…
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