Interesting little video done by David Carns about where Google is storing your documents when you enable offline capabilities, and the implications for ediscovery in terms of locating those documents on a machine that has been used with Google Docs offline feature.
As with any cloud service, if you have offline capabilities built in, you wind up with copies of documents that may or may not have recently been synchronized with the mother ship. It’s something to keep in mind.
As a side note, I was pointed to this video by the Twitter feed from Amy Bowser-Rollins brand new Litigation Support Guru website. It’s still in it’s infancy, but Amy seems to be working towards providing a very interesting resource. It’s worth keeping an eye on, that’s for sure!
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