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E-Discovery Challenges of Microsoft SharePoint
The enormous growth of SharePoint deployments in recent years has dramatically increased the cost and complexity of E-Discovery. Corporate counsel, Legal and IT professionals are increasingly challenged with addressing the challenges of E-Discovery as Microsoft SharePoint has moved far beyond simple collaboration.
With SharePoint 2010, significant social media architecture capabilities make the file sharing and collaboration system far more dynamic than ever before. More often than not, SharePoint is now used as a portal for Wikis, Blogs, and Discussion Boards. “Facebook-like” User Profiles associated with personal Sites are owned and managed by users themselves. This very complex environment carries the potential for flawed E-Discovery processes that risk resulting in undesirable litigation outcomes.
In this complimentary presentation covers:
• SharePoint’s expanding presence within organizations
• How SharePoint’s increasing social media capabilities challenge standard preservation and forensic collection
• How case law such as Pension Committee and Victor Stanley is relevant to SharePoint legal hold and preservation
• Understanding your SharePoint environment through eTERA Consulting and StoredIQ’s Risk Assessment Service for SharePoint
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