On average, 30 Gigs per custodian

Microsoft says it stores 60 million pages of information for each piece of litigation, while only 88 pages get admitted into evidence at trial.  On average, each custodian has 30 gigabytes of information, versus 17 gigabytes two years ago.

“Meet the New Pack Rats,” Wall Street Journal, November 25, 2013 B7 http://on.wsj.com/1cLRklr

As the courts explore potential revisions to the rules, businesses struggle to hold on to what they think they need to hold on to.

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