Guidance Software, Inc. (NASDAQ:GUID), the World Leader in Digital Investigations™, today announced the first integration of EnCase® eDiscovery, a complete e-discovery suite, with Box, an enterprise cloud content management platform. Together, the new integration will enable enterprise customers to securely search, collect and preserve electronically stored information (ESI) located on Box with EnCase eDiscovery just as easily as with on-premise data, while responding to litigation, arbitration, and internal or regulatory investigations. EnCase eDiscovery is used by organizations to reduce risk and costs through comprehensive in-house e-discovery capabilities. With the Box integration, corporate attorneys and law firms can dramatically reduce the time required to collect and preserve chain of custody for information stored in Box for faster review and analysis. This integration also reduces the overall cost of e-discovery by collecting only the most relevant information. "In order for Box to meet the challenges of highly regulated industries, such as legal services, we are committed to working with partners like Guidance Software to support e-discovery and compliance requirements without compromising user experience and productivity," said Whitney Bouck, senior vice president and general manager of enterprise at Box. “With the new Box and EnCase eDiscovery integration, our customers now have a scalable, reliable and secure way for effectively managing their electronically stored documents in the cloud, allowing them to respond and collaborate on legal matters more quickly and efficiently.” Ranked as a leader in e-discovery software by Gartner three years in a row, EnCase eDiscovery is a comprehensive and scalable solution for effectively managing electronically stored documents in litigation, arbitration, and internal or regulatory investigations, significantly reducing e-discovery risk and costs. EnCase eDiscovery provides oversight of the entire e-discovery workflow, from legal hold to identification, collection, preservation, processing, first-pass review, best-in-class early case assessment (ECA), review, and production capabilities.