You've heard about Microsoft Office 365's (O365) new e-discovery capabilities and you're excited, but unsure about what these new features actually do (in-place preservation of exchange emails/SharePoint sites, email threading, search and analysis of O365 data, etc.) and how they can be leveraged at your organization.
In this webcast, get a deep dive into the new key e-discovery features and functionalities, which can help you streamline e-discovery activities in regards to data stored within O365, along with tips on:
- the difference between O365 user licenses and what e-discovery features are included
- how to handle automatic updates to O365, including subtle changes that could greatly effect your process
- considerations and best practices for incorporating O365 into your broader e-discovery response process
John Collins | Director, Information Governance Solutions | DTI
John is nationally known for his work in creating ESI data maps for a number of Fortune 1000 companies. He brings a deep understanding of the corporate data centers and IT infrastructure of companies in a variety of industries, promising detailed practical guidance on information governance and eDiscovery for corporate legal, IT, and records management practitioners.
Mike Hamilton, J.D. | Director - E-Discovery Programs | Exterro
Mike Hamilton, J.D., is the director of e-discovery programs at Exterro and has been involved in e-discovery for over 5 years. With a legal and business background, Hamilton is experienced and passionate about creating thoughtful, out-of-the-box educational resources that help keep legal teams interested and on top of emerging need to know e-discovery issues. He frequently writes and speaks on e-discovery issues and best practices around the country. Hamilton graduated from the University of Oregon School of Law.
Nishad Shevde | Director of Strategic Operations | Exterro
Nishad Shevde is an expert in complex eDiscovery program and matter management for both Fortune 50 corporations and AMLAW 100 law firm clients. Nishad also has multiple years of experience leading large global teams of eDiscovery consultants and project managers at industry-leading organizations. Over his career, Nishad has built sustainable discovery response programs for large corporations and managed some of the largest standalone matters of the past decade in the financial services and pharmaceutical industries.