IBM Escalates E-Discovery Arms Race

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IBM is expanding its role in e-discovery through deeper integration with subsidiary PSS Systems, which makes legal hold and risk-management products, and the issuance of new industry reports expected from the IBM-controlled Compliance, Governance and Oversight Council. The expansion is good news for customers, especially those whose clients already use Big Blue's databases and storage.

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  • Evan Koblentz

    In related news, IBM is also launching a social media compliance plan. eCommerceTimes has the story: http://bit.ly/jP8DqL

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