Emerging eDiscovery and Compliance Considerations in a Microsoft Teams-centric Modern Workplace

Broadcasted August 19, 2020 Watch Recording Your Desk!

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Discovering and managing data was already challenging.

    As the security and compliance landscape becomes ever more complex—especially now with the boom of Microsoft Teams and other collaborative platforms—it has never been clearer that both IT and Legal must be aware of what technology is available to assist in today’s changing world.

    By understanding and utilizing existing platforms that many corporations have already invested in, both IT and Legal can see immediate ROI by reviewing their security and compliance needs.

    This Webinar is appropriate for both IT and Legal eDiscovery professionals.

    In this Webinar you will gain:

    • An understanding of Microsoft Teams adoption trends and why compliance matters

    • A deep dive into Microsoft Teams architecture

    • A solid understanding of Microsoft Teams compliance tools

    • A view of how you can link Microsoft Teams data to your discovery workflows

    Learn from the best! Epiq is Microsoft's 2020 Partner of the Year for Compliance. Webinar speakers include:

    Rachel O'Shea

    Technical Specialist, Security & Compliance, Modern Work, Microsoft 

    Rachel has over a decade worth of experience in the legal industry, primarily in the areas of compliance, eDiscovery, information governance and corporate legal operations.

    As a Technical Specialist at Microsoft, Rachel empowers customers by leveraging the intelligent cloud and intelligent edge through Microsoft Security & Compliance solutions. By using her knowledge of the legal operations, IG and eDiscovery industries, Rachel provides superior focus and guidance when assisting customers through their journey to the cloud and beyond.

    Rachel started her career at a large software development company, in legal operations, and specialized in contract management workflows, litigation readiness, and corporate governance. Moving to Epiq in 2011, Rachel was an eDiscovery Project Manager, Director of Client Development and a Solutions Architect within the Information Governance division.


    Jon Kessler

    Senior Director of Information Governance Services, Epiq

    Jon leads service delivery, project management and product development within the North American information governance practice at Epiq. In his role, he focuses on data migration, compliance, eDiscovery and security. Prior to joining Epiq in 2011, Jon managed two international data collection and forensic groups over the last two decades.

    He has extensive experience working on complex electronic discovery matters across many diverse industries in over 35 countries. Additionally, Jon has worked on more than 600 forensic examination projects and provided oversight on myriad others. He is often engaged to provide formal compliance and eDiscovery best practice training to government agencies and Fortune 500 companies. Jon has testified as an expert witness in federal and state courts, speaks frequently at conferences and provides CLE courses on digital forensics, information governance and eDiscovery.

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