DTI/KMK Breakfast Briefing: Information Governance and E-Discovery in Office 365
Office 365 is a juggernaut, having recently eclipsed Salesforce.com as the most widely used of all cloud business applications. The success of Office 365 has major implications for the Information Governance and eDiscovery communities as both the volume and types of ESI created and stored in this most quintessential of cloud services is growing at a historic (even by technology standards) rate. Much of the unstructured ESI subject to discovery and requiring intelligent governance already resides in Office 365—or soon will. The only question is to what degree you and your organization can stay ahead of the curve by leveraging Office 365’s built-in tools combined with reasonable policies and workflows.
In this timely and information-packed session, attendees will receive a thorough briefing on the key Information Governance and eDiscovery implications, features, challenges, and opportunities presented by Office 365. Topics will include:
- A clear explanation of what Office 365 is and how it works
- The types of ESI and information contained in Office 365
- Key Information Governance and eDiscovery challenges presented by Office 365
- The built-in features and capabilities for Information Governance and eDiscovery in Office 365
- Are the built-in Information Governance and eDiscovery capabilities right for your organization?
Millions of businesses, educational institutions, and government entities have moved to Office 365—including some of the largest private and public companies and government agencies in the country, including: BNSF, the City of Chicago, and MetLife.
Join KMK and DTI on November 16th to arm yourself with the knowledge and insight needed to effectively collaborate with technical, business, information security, and others involved in evaluating and deploying Office 365.
8:00 a.m. — 8: 30 a.m.
Registration & Breakfast
8:30 a.m. — 10:30 a.m.
Opening & Closing Remarks
Clarence Williams III and Joseph M. Callow, Jr.
Introductory Discussion Topic
Navigating the Stars: Critical Considerations for Cloud Migration Contracts
Stephanie Maw Booher
John P. Collins, JD | DTI , Director of Information Governance Solutions, Legal Services
Keating Muething & Klekamp PLL
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Cincinnati, OH 45202
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