While many companies are not prepared to meet the revised 2006 Federal Rules of Civil Procedure (FRCP) requirements, 64% of firms do plan to implement e-mail retention policies this year, according to a recent survey. The revised FRCP set rules for the discovery of electronically stored information and strict penalties for the destruction of evidence. The survey reveals serious legal issues for organizations that are either ignoring the new federal mandates for compliance and e-discovery or are clearly not well educated on how to meet the technical requirements Michael Osterman, CEO of Osterman Research, said in a press release.
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