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eDiscovery Best Practices in SharePoint Server 2013 and Office 365

eDiscovery Best Practices in SharePoint Server 2013 and Office 365 "From the Consulting Trenches" Not only do records stored on users devices and in SharePoint become relevant in legal and compliance related cases and incidents, but emails as well as even Lync conversations also fall into eDiscovery requests more and more every day. The new eDiscovery features and functionality in SharePoint Server 2013 and Office 365's SharePoint Online provides improved methods to help protect your organization as well as its team members

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Global and Proper Information Management in Reach

Well, by far (>70% in many cases) the largest component is the cost of legal review by your external counsel...The fewer documents you have in the eDiscovery process, the better off you are in terms of costs

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Bringing eDiscovery in-house is the way to go, but beware of the risks!

Bringing eDiscovery in-house is the way to go...In February 2009, I lead a LegalTech New York educational track titled, “Bringing eDiscovery In-House”

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