Building and maintaining an ESI data map is the cornerstone of an effective program for managing ESI. In this one day, interactive workshop, you and key members of your organization will learn:
>>Why you need an ESI data map
>>Who should be involved in the process of creating an ESI data map
>>What types of information an ESI data map includes
>>A step by step process of how to create an ESI data map
>>Whether a data map is privileged and tactical and strategic uses for the data map
>>How an ESI data map will help you define information governance for your organization
Who Should Attend?
The workshop is designed for attendance by three (3) members of your organization. We recommend a representative from legal, IT and records attend together to understand the collaboration required to create and maintain a viable ESI data map. The cost of the workshop includes attendance by three people, workshop materials and the surveys and questionnaires necessary to build your own ESI data map.
This is a workshop, not a seminar, and is set up for attendance by no more than four (4) organizations. The workshop is conducted in an interactive format, with opportunities for participants to understand what other organizations are doing and how they are managing ESI, and to ask questions specific to their organization.
What Will I Take Away?
All participants will receive an electronic copy of the workshop materials and the surveys and questionnaires for use with IT and legal to gather the information for each type of ESI within the organization, including email, instant messaging, file and print servers, Sharepoint, ERP software (SAP/Oracle).
April 14, 2010
8:30am – 4:30pm
Regus – West Loop Riverside Plaza
10 S. Riverside Plaza
Chicago, IL 60606
$4,500 / per organization*
$4,100/ per organization*, if registered
by March 17, 2010
*up to 3 individuals.
(Please register early as seating is limited.)
John Collins founded and serves as Vice President of Consulting for the Ingersoll Firm, one of the nation’s leading data mapping consultants. John creates and maintains ESI data maps for global and domestic organizations of all sizes and across IT platforms using a methodical, cost-effective and defensible process that is a central component to any program preparing to produce ESI. John has developed data maps for multiple Fortune 500 domestic and global organizations.
Kelly Twigger is the founder and owner of ESI Attorneys, a law firm dedicated to assisting clients with managing their electronic information. Kelly works with clients before litigation to get a defensible process in place for producing ESI, during litigation as e-discovery counsel, and after litigation to review the costs and metrics associated with e-discovery to continuously refine an organization’s process. Kelly has developed and utilized ESI data maps in preparing clients to produce ESI and during litigation as e-discovery counsel.