SharePoint and E-Discovery: Hand-in-Hand or Out-of-Hand?
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SharePoint’s growth has been explosive – industry estimates project 130 million seats by the end of the 2010.  However, with SharePoint’s pervasive enterprise expansion come additional complexities including how SharePoint impacts a company’s eDiscovery and information governance strategies. Unlike most content repositories, the data within SharePoint is complex and ambiguous, and must be comprehended and managed uniquely to avoid significant legal risk.

Join StoredIQ and industry expert Barry Murphy from eDiscovery Journal as they look at Comprehensive eDiscovery & Information Governance for SharePoint including:

  • Deep insight into SharePoint — gain understanding of SharePoint data beyond document libraries including SharePoint wikis, blogs and lists.
  • SharePoint as a new legal discovery source — ready your SharePoint environment for litigation.
  • Rule your SharePoint environment — govern SharePoint content to meet regulatory and records retention policies.
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