PREX17 session summary offers a roadmap to making the most of MicrosoftⓇ Office 365Ⓡ to improve legal outcomes.

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PREX17 session summary offers tips on using Microsoft Office 365 for e-discovery

Today, practically everyone is using Office 365 — but few understand how to take advantage of its potential for e-discovery. Are you leveraging this powerful software to maximize your investment and reap the greatest benefits for your legal operations team?

This summary from PREX17, the premier conference for in-house e-discovery professional, delivers answers. In “Moving to Office 365? What You Need to Know About E-Discovery,” you’ll find a roadmap to effectively managing e-discovery data with O365. Dig in for practical insights from Kris Wasserman, Vice President and Senior Consultant for D4 on:

  • Which O365 license is right for you
  • Pros and cons of using O365 for defensible preservation, collection and data management
  • Best practices to help maximize O365’s capabilities
  • Ways to reduce costs and improve workflows

Don’t get in over your head — or miss out on functions you’ve already bought. If you’re using or plan migrate to O365, these tips from e-discovery expert, Kris Wasserman, can help you avoid common pitfalls and make the most of this tool.

Ready to optimize O365 for e-discovery? Unlock this summary today.


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