Common Challenges of Microsoft Purview eDiscovery — and How to Meet Them
Presented by Kate Bridal and Laura Vieiro Rial of Logikcull
Today, Microsoft 365 is used by over a million companies worldwide, with 1 out of 5 corporate employees working with Microsoft’s cloud services on a daily basis.
As a result, a huge portion of discovery data now lives in Microsoft apps, and comes in a never-ending list of file types — from the traditional .doc and .xls formats, to chat conversations from Teams, multimedia files, and embedded docs.
To help users tackle the legal and compliance challenges presented by all the data generated in their services, Microsoft actually offers its own discovery package, called Microsoft Purview eDiscovery solutions.
But are these tools the best resource to handle the discovery of Microsoft data?
In this presentation, we’ll learn about the different plans available under the Microsoft Purview umbrella and their key features, the benefits and challenges they present, and some best practices to deal with Microsoft data overall.
Kate Bridal, Community & Thought Leadership at Logikcull
Kate is a licensed attorney who spent two years practicing in nonprofits before shifting to the legal tech space and content creation. She loves using humor as outreach and is thrilled that her job at Logikcull lets her use her background in acting, law, and puns. Prior to law school, Kate attended drama school in Los Angeles, then undergrad at Central Washington University, where she worked at a sanctuary with three chimpanzees who spoke American Sign Language.
Laura Vieiro Rial, Product Specialist at Logikcull
Laura drives brand awareness and education efforts at Logikcull, a cloud-based discovery platform that empowers corporate legal teams to handle discovery in-house while dramatically reducing outside legal spend.
A trained translator, English teacher, and content marketer, Laura has a knack for languages and believes in the power of great stories to win hearts and transform minds. You can reach her at firstname.lastname@example.org.