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When companies worry about BYOD and consumerization, their first line of thought is probably data leaks: a lost phone with customer records, or the employee who accidentally stores secret product plans in a shared folder on a public cloud service.
But there's another equally pressing concern that many companies ignore. What if you're served with a request for information as part of a legal proceeding? Do you know what information your employees are creating, and where they're storing it? Could you retrieve it if required by law? Are they destroying information that's supposed to be kept, or keeping information that's supposed to expire after a certain date?