September 2011

With the rise of the digital age and the widespread use of computers and electronic communication by individuals and corporations, the volume of emails and business correspondence electronically stored is growing exponentially. As a result, emails are one of the most common forms of documentary evidence requested and admitted as evidence in court, in the same way as other forms of evidentiary data. This means that, with tighter procedural requirements relating to electronic evidence, the way data is stored and recovered plays an integral role in complying with a legal or regulatory investigation.

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