“Many organizations are permitting (or even encouraging) their employees to use their own personal devices to access, create, and manage company related information – a practice commonly referred to as Bring Your Own Device (BYOD). But, how can those organizations effectively manage those BYOD devices to meet their discovery obligations? To help with that issue, The Sedona Conference® (TSC) has published an initial Public Comment Version of a Commentary to help.”
Continue reading the article by Doug Austin (February 12, 2018) on the JDSUPRA site.
Doug Austin is the Vice President of Products and Professional Services for CloudNine. Doug has over 25 years’ experience providing legal technology consulting and technical project management services to numerous commercial and government clients and has provided technology and consulting services on several large enterprise-wide litigations. He is responsible for managing corporation operations and as well as guiding all professional services assistance for clients of CloudNine. Prior to joining CloudNine, Doug served as project and platform manager for a large electronic discovery provider for over eleven years. Doug has a Bachelor of Business Administration degree from Baylor University with a concentration in computer information systems.
Doug is also the editor of the CloudNine sponsored e-Discovery Daily blog, which has become a trusted resource for e-Discovery news and analysis and is an EDRM Education partner. Since its inception in 2010, e-Discovery Daily has published over 1,350-lifetime posts regarding e-Discovery case law, trends and best practices, which has included case law for over 300 unique cases.