[White Paper] Best Practices for eDiscovery and Regulatory Compliance in Office 365

Meeting compliance requirements and delivering on the demands for eDiscovery is not an area to settle for sub-optimal solutions and hope for the best. To have any real peace of mind, you need to know you've got the right tools for the job.

Don’t miss the valuable information about best practices for eDiscovery and regulatory compliance in Office 365 in this detailed white paper from the experts at Osterman Research.

Summary
Since Office 365 is built first-and-foremost as a day-to-day communication and collaboration environment – an area that Microsoft is hotly contesting against Google, Slack, Huddle and other new entrants – its eDiscovery and regulatory compliance capabilities are lacking in capability for most organizations.

While Microsoft is making forward strides with its eDiscovery capabilities, there are a number of limitations and weaknesses in its approach. Osterman Research recommends that every organization evaluate the capabilities of third-party vendors and select the right approach in light of their requirements profile. 

Evaluating Office 365
Get all the details about Office 365, archiving, eDiscovery and regulatory compliance:

  • The critical importance of eDiscovery
  • Key obligations to consider
  • The Federal Rules of Civil Procedure
  • eDiscovery requirements and common mistakes
  • Compliance and industry regulations
  • Microsoft’s approach to compliance in Office 365
  • Other issues to consider

Don’t miss out! See for yourself why every organization must factor eDiscovery and compliance into its communications and collaboration strategy to mitigate institutional risk.

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