The information is courtesy of Jatheon

110 – The average number of emails per business user, per day. That means 550 emails per week and approximately 25,000 emails per year. That level of data per person shows the complexity of completing an eDiscovery request. Especially if you don’t have an email archiving solution. If you back up your email to tape, the only way to access old email is to run the tape. That means waiting through 25,000 emails per person, per year to find the information you require.

4,000 – The average number of hours, per year, IT staff spend finding digital information for eDiscovery. That’s the equivalent of two people working for a whole year on eDiscovery only. Email archiving won’t make all of this time redundant, but it does take away most of the work. Email archiving makes searching for emails quick, easy and cost-effective.

$7,000 – In 2010, one court calculated the average cost of retrieving the email from a single user at approximately $7000. Multiply that figure by the number of active email users within your organization and you can imagine the spiraling costs of an eDiscovery request. Email archiving, which costs much less than $7000 on average, does the hard work for you. It makes email searchable with a single keyword, vastly reducing your eDiscovery costs.