SharePoint 2013 ediscovery overview

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SharePoint 2013 ediscovery overview

  1. 1. SharePoint 2013 eDiscovery, brief overview
  2. 2. a successful eDiscovery solution will…  respond quickly and accurately to litigation threats  discover records quickly while filtering extra information  balance review costs with the danger of delivering privileged content  comply with legal discovery requirements  be simple and intuitive for users
  3. 3. eDiscovery process model Manage Identify Preserve Collect Process Review Analyze Produce Present Volume Relevance
  4. 4. SharePoint 2013 eDiscovery significant step forward  a site collection from which you can perform eDiscovery queries across multiple SharePoint farms and Exchange  case site template is very user friendly  identify, hold, search & export content  in place holds for SharePoint, Exchange and Lync  placing holds takes minutes, not days  support for searching and exporting content from file shares  the ability to export discovered content from Exchange Server 2013 and SharePoint Server 2013  track statistics related to any case
  5. 5. SharePoint 2013 eDiscovery Key Features  case Manager, which enables records managers to create and manage enterprise-wide discovery projects, place potentially large amounts and various types of content on hold, and preserve a snapshot of content  enterprise-wide access, which includes the ability to put content on hold and to search for content from a central location. It also includes the ability to conduct searches, access SharePoint content, and place content on hold in any configured SharePoint location  in-Place Holds, which enables an attorney to preserve a snapshot of content while ensuring that users can continue to make changes without disturbing the state of the content snapshot  analytics, which enable attorneys, administrators, and records managers to collect and analyze data about eDiscovery activity.
  6. 6. what SharePoint eDiscovery can do create & manage • Enterprise Content Management • Enterprise search across content repositories • Metadata and tagging in SharePoint libraries • eDiscovery Center—centralized case creation and management identify & hold • identify content repositories, SharePoint sites, mailboxes and crawled content • filter content based on properties, like dates and authors • in-place holds across SharePoint and Exchange search & export • perform custom queries of identified content sources • review query statistics • preview query content • export query content • export reports on query discovery, content and other key information
  7. 7. SharePoint eDiscovery PROS  easy to pilot  integrated with existing technologies and may not require separate investment  centrally managed with simple interface, powerful delivery system  flexible  supports in-place holds across multiple systems  fast  implement a robust eDiscovery system in days and weeks with a platform already available to you  move from creating a case to reporting on held content in minutes
  8. 8. SharePoint eDiscovery CONS  SharePoint 2013 isn’t an end-to-end eDiscovery solution  some content sources cannot be held-in- place  file Shares  enterprise systems other than SharePoint  litigation hold notifications require 3rd party solutions or custom development  discovered records still require a legal review solution outside of SharePoint before they can be produced

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