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By following the guidance outlined here, you can ensure that your company is prepared to meet the challenges of managing and collecting Microsoft 365 data.
November 01, 2021 at 07:00 AM
6 minute read
E-Discovery
The past several years have been marked by rapid corporate adoption of cloud-based productivity tools. Microsoft 365, formerly known as Office 365, emerged beginning in 2017 as an all-in-one solution for enterprise productivity, encompassing the Office suite of products (Word, PowerPoint, Excel, etc.), as well as the Windows operating system, Exchange, Teams, SharePoint, OneDrive and other additional tools for security and technology management.
If your organization is one of the many utilizing Microsoft 365, it is vital that you are prepared to respond to discovery requests for Microsoft 365 data. By following the guidance outlined below, you can ensure that your company is prepared to meet the challenges of managing and collecting Microsoft 365 data.

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