Today, at the SharePoint Conference 2012, we talk about eDiscovery within the Office system products.

eDiscovery is how records managers and litigators discover content in electronic format. Typically, eDiscovery requires searching for documents, websites, and email messages spread across laptops, email servers, file servers, and other sources, and collecting and acting on content that meets the criteria for a legal case.

Process

Identify & Preserve >>> Search and Process >>> Review >>> Produce

 

eDiscovery is hard due to the high volume of data and different location store to manage.

 

eDiscovery challenges

Preservation, Search and reduction and Export

 

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Key takeaways:

  • Capabilities
    • In place hold
    • Query
    • Export
  • Advantages
    • In place
    • Real time
    • more content

>>> eDiscovery simplified, save time & money and reduce risk

eDiscovery is as easy as:

  1. In place hold
  2. Query
  3. Export

Across SharePoint, Exchange, Lync and file shares.

To implement an eDiscovery, just create an eDiscovery Set.

>> select the content to be set on hold

>> add content sources (SharePoint sites, Exchange mailboxes…)

Second step, define a search and export query.

 

eDiscovery processes will work with both OnPremises or Online deployment (including hybrid mode).

Setting up eDiscovery is much more easier than ever.