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eDiscovery for Mobile Presents Unique Data Collection Challenges

By |2021-02-18T02:57:23-05:00February 3rd, 2021|eDiscovery|

Most of the world’s population now own cell phones and use them regularly for both personal and business concerns. Consequently, mobile data often becomes a significant factor in investigations and legal proceedings. However, eDiscovery for mobile inserts some new wrinkles into traditional data collection processes. Until the last decade or so, phone calls and email dominated the communication sphere. But in 2007, messaging vaulted past phone calls, and the number of communications apps grows every day. Using a single mobile device, the same person will make phone calls, edit documents, send emails, create notes, and use a handful of different

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Mobile Retail Data Delivers Increased Value through Data Governance

By |2021-02-18T03:01:21-05:00January 27th, 2021|Data Compliance, Information Governance and Management|

Retail sales have moved increasingly online in recent years, and mobile devices account for over half of the global website traffic. The pandemic turbo-charged the trend, resulting in 72 percent of consumers shopping via smartphone or tablet device. This increase in mobile purchasing has brought an explosion of mobile retail data, and retailers must adapt. Benefits of Mobile Commerce Mobile commerce (also known as M-commerce) includes selling and buying products and services using mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets. From a handheld device, shoppers can order groceries, pay for movie tickets, deposit checks, or pay for a haircut. For

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