Definition Edit

A data map is

[a] document or visual representation that records the physical or network location and format of an organization's data. Information about the data can include where the data is stored, physically and virtually, in what format it is stored, backup procedures in place, how the electronically stored information moves and is used throughout the organization, information about accessibility of the electronically stored information, retention and lifecycle management practices and policies, and identity of records custodians.[1]

References Edit

  1. The Sedona Conference Glossary E-Discovery & Digital Information Management, at 10.

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