A few things this session isn’t: I want you to leave knowing where to start and the right questions to ask your content owners.
Wikipedia says …
Did you know that 85% of CEOs believe collaborative tools can help their employees be more efficient and only 14 % of them actually have a strategy to do so?
What makes a good strategy
Discovery is the process of learning about your content:
-- Google web master tools -- Power mapper -- Mind Jet
How do I audit 1 million documents – that doesn’t make sense. Patterns.
Mange files that have no check in version!!! So cool.
Tip if you have many content types – use the content type hub. It will even push down retention policies!
Document centers are sites.
Are you using office web apps or o365? Why not OneDrive?
• Sr. Manager at Protiviti
• Information Architect
• Using SharePoint for 5 years
• Specialize in user adoption,
taxonomy planning and
• Terrible weakness for tabloid
E-discovery Food for Thought
Continuously improving the eDiscovery
Optional (Additional Enhancements)
Run the eDiscovery Queries
Finalized eDiscovery Prototype
• Build out the cases
• Add sources and ensure proper searching
• Create a security group for eDiscovery managers
• Grant permissions accordingly
• Run queries
• Export content in a format that is compatible with the
Electronic Discovery Reference Model standard.
• Close the case
• Dashboard Summary of findings
Configure SharePoint based on Plan
Outline goals, configuration parameters and sources
Completed eDiscovery Readiness Worksheet
• Discovery Interviews
• Documented Plan (Number of case needed, naming
convention for cases, identification of sources,
communication plans, defining permissions for managing a
case, defining guidelines for creating queries, procedures for
retaining and closing cases)
Understand of Needs
Interviews with stakeholders
Connect. Collaborate. Share.
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