It's likely you already think about email when drafting your e-discovery requests. But there are several other newfangled ways of communicating you might not think to consider--
- Web-based email;
- Instant messaging;
- Company-provided productivity tools;
- Portable storage devices.
According to forensic technologists David Sumner and Damon Reissman, these other communication tools are "often overlooked." To find out why this might be a mistake, read their article at Law.com, "E-Discovery May Target Unexpected Sources."