Points Worth Considering Prior to Implementing SharePoint 2013 as an eDiscovery Solution

SharePoint 2013 has an expanded set of features designed to add to its value as a platform for eDiscovery applications. But organizations considering SharePoint 2013 for this role should keep some points in mind. Point One: eDiscovery Features aren’t worth much, if a procedure to successfully implement them is not present SharePoint-Videos offers a set of training content on Records Management with SharePoint 2013. This training in this set is led by John Holliday, who is an attorney, and a widely acknowledged subject matter expert on Records Management as well as on SharePoint. The real value of this set, in…
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SharePoint 2010 or 2013 Document Sets May Provide Attorneys with a Comparatively Low Cost Method of Managing Legal Documents

Document sets are one of the most important new features of SharePoint 2010. Microsoft® added new eDiscovery features with SharePoint 2013. SharePoint-Videos offers a video tutorial on Document Sets, titled “Creating Document Sets.” We also offer a complete video tutorial course on crafting a records management solution with SharePoint 2013. Law firms with a real for a method of managing legal documents can now seriously consider building a solution with either SharePoint 2013, on premises, or with SharePoint Online. Just how expensive is it to build a comparable solution with alternative methods? I recently located some pricing information on a…
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