Best Practices for eDiscovery and Regulatory Compliance in Office 365®

Every organization must factor eDiscovery and compliance into its communications processes, especially organizations in regulated industries. Find out what recordkeeping features are built into Office365, and what gaps must be filled with third party tools for your business to maintain compliance and legal policies.

Compliance and eDiscovery are essential activities for any organization, regardless of its size, the industry that it serves or the jurisdictions in which it operates.

To be sure, “heavily” regulated organizations – such as those in the financial services, government, healthcare, life sciences, energy and certain other markets – face higher levels of compliance obligation than their less heavily regulated counterparts.

However, every organization must factor eDiscovery and compliance considerations into its communications strategy.

This white paper will examine the following key takeaways:

  • The increasingly complex recordkeeping needs for both eDiscovery and regulatory compliance
  • What capabilities are natively included in Office 365® to meet recordkeeping requirements
  • How to overcome the limitations and close Office 365® compliance and eDiscovery gaps