Has your company migrated to Office 365 (Skype, SharePoint, Outlook, Exchange, etc.) or contemplating doing so? 70% of Fortune 500 companies use one or more of Microsoft’s cloud offerings. So most likely you’re using Office 365 or will be upgraded to it in the near future.
As you may have heard, Office 365 offers organizations new e-discovery type functionalities that may help preserve, protect, assess, collect and export data when e-discovery activities apply. Even with these capabilities however, it's imperative you know what types of benefits and risks you face when using Office 365 for e-discovery purposes because using by itself will, for most, not meet your complete e-discovery needs.
In this webcast, learn the pros and cons of Office 365’s built-in e-discovery tools and how those tools can actually enhance existing e-discovery software at your organization.
David Rohde, Esq., Sr. Director - Consulting Services, Epiq
David Rohde is a Senior Director, consulting services for Epiq Systems. He brings more than 15 years of experience as a courtroom litigator and legal technology project manager to his role at Epiq. He has implemented new technologies in support of complex litigation, designed and implemented case and matter management systems and document management systems, advised on email archiving initiatives, and implemented systems and processes supporting all aspects of litigation/discovery preparedness. He has led highly successful initiatives to reengineer business processes and litigation workflows, and to develop both policy and processes relating to the management of records and information. Mr. Rohde holds the Information Governance Professional Certification and is an X1 Certified Social Examiner. He also holds a B.B.S. from Bryant University, a J.D. from Touro Law School and an L.L.M. from New York University School of Law.
Linda Luperchio - Director of Information Lifecycle Governance & E-Discovery, The Hanover Insurance
Linda Luperchio oversees all aspects of The Hanover Insurance Group's information lifecycle governance processes, including e-discovery, electronic and hard copy records management. In addition, Luperchio manages litigation discovery, partnering with internal and external legal counsel. She recently spearheaded an end-to-end, company-wide e-discovery software implementation project, resulting in the ability to internally identify, preserve, collect and produce electronically stored information.
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.