Nuix and Consilio seminar on 24 and 25 August: eDiscovery and information governance in Office 365

Nuix-and-Consilio_200Nuix and Consilio join forces on 24 August in San Francisco and on 25 August in Cupertino to lead a half-day seminar on eDiscovery and information governance challenges for Office 365 data.

Those who attend will come away with strategies, best practices, and an understanding of how moving email and other data to the cloud affects eDiscovery and investigation workflow.

The speakers are Reggie Pool of Consilio and Simon Bayangos of Nuix.

As background for these sessions, Consilio has produced an article called Is Office 365 enough to meet your discovery needs? It explains the developments within Office 365 which are designed to aid eDiscovery as well as security and compliance. These include machine learning, predictive coding and text analytics capabilities from Microsoft’s Equivio acquisition, as well as the ability to set policies for the disposition of content in Office 365.

All that goes so far but, the article says, more is needed before corporations can treat Office 365 as a complete eDiscovery solution. The conclusion is that most organisations will need to “fill the gaps with more mature and robust solutions”. That is one of the purposes behind the August sessions with Nuix.

There is more information and a registration form here.

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About Chris Dale

I have been an English solicitor since 1980. I run the e-Disclosure Information Project which collects and comments on information about electronic disclosure / eDiscovery and related subjects in the UK, the US, AsiaPac and elsewhere
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