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Achieving compliance with SharePoint eDiscovery Center
INSIDE OUT Configuring the iPad for Office 365
Office Web Apps, which are a function of SharePoint, make it possible for devices
such as the iPad to edit Office documents through the browser. At the time of writing,
there is no native Office product for the iPad. Mike Hacker and Julian Soh co-authored
a blog detailing how an iPad will work with Office 365. See http://blog.mikehacker.
net/2012/01/19/coniguring-and-using-an-ipad-with-ofice-365/ .
Achieving compliance with SharePoint eDiscovery Center
Another prominent new feature in SharePoint Online 2013 is a new site collection type
called the eDiscovery Center. The eDiscovery Center provides the following compliance
capabilities:
Electronic discovery of documents in SharePoint Online, Exchange Online, and Lync
Online through federated search
Case management
Legal Hold
Removal of duplication and exporting of results
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Access rights for eDiscovery
For eDiscovery purposes, the Compliance Officer’s Office 365 account needs to have at
least read-only access to the content in SharePoint Online. She must also be a member
of the Discovery Manager group in Exchange Online if you want to allow her to include
Exchange content as part of eDiscovery efforts.
Follow these steps to explore the eDiscovery Center:
1. Create an eDiscovery Center site collection by going to the SharePoint Online 2013
admin center.
2. Select site collections, click New, and then select Private Site Collection.
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