Office 365 Advanced eDiscovery
Advanced eDiscovery requires an Office 365 E3 with the Advanced Compliance add-on or an E5 subscription for your organization. If you don't have that plan and want to try Advanced eDiscovery, you can sign up for a trial of Office 365 Enterprise E5.
With Advanced eDiscovery, you can better understand your Office 365 data and reduce your eDiscovery costs. Advanced eDiscovery helps you analyze unstructured data within Office 365, perform more efficient document review, and make decisions to reduce data for eDiscovery. You can work with data stored in Exchange Online, SharePoint Online, OneDrive for Business, Skype for Business, Office 365 Groups, and Microsoft Teams. You can perform an eDiscovery search in the Office 365 Security & Compliance Center to search for content in groups, individual mailboxes and sites, and then analyze the search results with Advanced eDiscovery. Note that when you prepare search results for analysis in Advanced eDiscovery, Optical Character Recognition enables the extraction of text from images. This feature allows the powerful text analytic capabilities of Advanced eDiscovery to be applied to image files.
Advanced eDiscovery streamlines and speeds up the document review process by identifying redundant information with features like Near-duplicates detection and Email Thread analysis. The Relevance feature applies predictive coding technology to identify relevant documents. Advanced eDiscovery learns from your tagging decisions on sample documents and applies statistical and self-learning techniques to calculate the relevance of each document in the data set. This enables you to focus on key documents, make quick yet informed decisions on case strategy, cull data, and prioritize review.
Why advanced eDiscovery? Office 365 Advanced eDiscovery builds on the existing set of eDiscovery capabilities in Office 365. For example, you can use the Search feature in the Office 365 Security & Compliance Center to perform an initial search of all the content sources in your organization to identify and collect the data that may be relevant to a specific legal case. Then you can perform analysis on that data by applying the text analytics, machine learning, and the Relevance/predictive coding capabilities of Advanced eDiscovery. This can help your organization quickly process thousands of email messages, documents, and other kinds of data to find those items that are most likely relevant to a specific case. The reduced data set can then be exported out of Office 365 for further review.
Office 365 Advanced eDiscovery
The following topics describe the setup and use of Advanced eDiscovery modules and features:
Quick setup - Helps you to get started with Advanced eDiscovery.
Running the Process module - Enables the preparation of files from specified data sources.
Analyzing case data - Allows identification and grouping of Near-duplicate files and hierarchically structured groups of email threads.
Using Express Analysis - Allows quick analysis of case data and exporting the results.
Setting up the Relevance module - Allows the definition of parameters for Relevance processing.
Using the Relevance module - Identifies and ranks files by Relevance scores, which assists with early case assessment, document culling, and review.
Exporting case data - Enables the export of Advanced eDiscovery data and results for review.
Running reports - Enables the generation of .csv file output for the selected reports.
Defining case and organization settings - Allows the definition of parameters at the case and organization level.
Using Advanced eDiscovery utilities - Enables the execution of Advanced eDiscovery utilities on case data.
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