Want better records management? it’s worth considering an eDiscovery solution, especially if you already own Microsoft licenses. eDiscovery, is a method of recognizing and providing digital information to a standard that can be used in litigation. This is extremely useful and, in some cases, necessary in response to a lawsuit or investigation. Using eDiscovery in the Microsoft 365 compliance center, content can be searched for and extracted from various everyday workspaces such as Microsoft Teams, SharePoint Online, Outlook/Exchange, and OneDrive.
There are three types of eDiscovery solutions: Content search, Core eDiscovery, and Advanced eDiscovery. Each level contains everything in the level before it and adds more features on top. For example Core eDiscovery contains all the features included in Content search, and Advanced eDiscovery contains all the features included in Core eDiscovery, thus contains all the features in Content search as well.
Microsoft Licensing Required
Content Search allows:
A minimum of one of the following subscriptions are required for access.
Core eDiscovery allows:
A minimum of one of the subscriptions below are required for access.
Advanced eDiscovery allows:
As you can see, Advanced eDiscovery comes with many more features than Core eDiscovery and Content search however the licensing required is more extensive and as you would assume, more expensive. For more details on eDiscovery features and the licenses required to operate it, contact Cadence Solutions.