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eDiscovery in
SharePoint 2013
Prajeesh Prathap, Technical Architect
www.prowareness.com
eDiscovery

 Process of identifying and delivering electronic
information that is relevant to legal matters such as
litig...
 eDiscovery Center

What’s new
in 2013?

 SharePoint In-Place Hold
 Exchange In-Place Hold
 Query-based Preservation
...
Managing an
eDiscovery
Case

 Collaboration site that you can use to organize
information related to the eDiscovery reque...
 To find and preserve content

eDiscovery
Sets

 Components are
 Sources
 Filter
 Option for in-place hold
 To find and export content

eDiscovery
Queries

 Exported content is formatted according to the
Electronic Data Referen...
 Configuring Exchange for SharePoint eDiscovery
centre

Configuring
eDiscovery in
SharePoint
2013

 Configuring Search t...
 In-place holds are only for SharePoint 2013 and
Exchange 2013 content

Missing
features

 Additional states of the docu...
http://sharepointhowtos.blogspot.in/
http://blogsprajeesh.blogspot.in/

Thank you

https://twitter.com/prajeeshprathap
www...
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E discovery in sharepoint 2013

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eDiscovery is the process of finding, preserving, analyzing, and producing content in electronic formats as required by litigation or investigations. Now you can save time and help reduce your legal risk with In-Place Hold, near real-time search, and the ability to handle more types of content.

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E discovery in sharepoint 2013

  1. 1. eDiscovery in SharePoint 2013 Prajeesh Prathap, Technical Architect www.prowareness.com
  2. 2. eDiscovery  Process of identifying and delivering electronic information that is relevant to legal matters such as litigation, audits and investigations  Requires searching for documents, websites, and email messages and collecting and acting on content that meets the criteria for a legal case.
  3. 3.  eDiscovery Center What’s new in 2013?  SharePoint In-Place Hold  Exchange In-Place Hold  Query-based Preservation  eDiscovery API
  4. 4. Managing an eDiscovery Case  Collaboration site that you can use to organize information related to the eDiscovery request  Users can search for content, apply a hold to content, export content, and view the status of holds and exports that are associated with the case
  5. 5.  To find and preserve content eDiscovery Sets  Components are  Sources  Filter  Option for in-place hold
  6. 6.  To find and export content eDiscovery Queries  Exported content is formatted according to the Electronic Data Reference Model (EDRM) specification  Components are  Sources  Filters
  7. 7.  Configuring Exchange for SharePoint eDiscovery centre Configuring eDiscovery in SharePoint 2013  Configuring Search to crawl all discoverable content  Grant permissions for the security group  Access all file shares and other websites that contain discoverable content  Access Exchange Server mailboxes  Access the crawl log  Create eDiscovery centre
  8. 8.  In-place holds are only for SharePoint 2013 and Exchange 2013 content Missing features  Additional states of the document on hold are not captured on further edits  No out of the box functionality to search past versions of SharePoint content.
  9. 9. http://sharepointhowtos.blogspot.in/ http://blogsprajeesh.blogspot.in/ Thank you https://twitter.com/prajeeshprathap www.scrum.nl www.prowareness.com

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