Best Practices to Collect

Best Practices to Collect from Microsoft Teams: eDiscovery Webinars

Collection for eDiscovery from Microsoft Teams isn’t easy, but here’s a webinar from Insight Optix & X1 that will show best practices to collect from Teams!

Tomorrow, X1 and Insight Optix will host the webinar Best Practices to Collect from Microsoft Teams in an Effective, Defensible and Proportional Manner (available here) at 1pm ET (noon CT, 10am PT). In this webinar we will discuss new and innovative ways to perform optimized search and targeted collection of data with Microsoft 365 data sources including, widely used MS Teams and other on-premise and cloud hybrid data sources to achieve accuracy and proportionality.


John Patzakis, Chief Legal Officer at X1


Mandi Ross – Chief Executive Officer at Insight Optix

Kunjan Zaveri – Chief Technical Officer at X1


The adoption of Microsoft 365 by enterprises continues to grow exponentially. An enormous amount of data resides within these sources and collecting from such disparate data repositories can be extremely challenging.  Most eDiscovery tools collect from Microsoft 365 by simply making bulk copies of data, and then transferring that data en masse to their own proprietary processing and/or review platform.

This problematic approach is costly and time-consuming and often results in data overcollection that is disproportionate to the needs of your case. Case law and the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure provide that the duty to preserve only applies to potentially relevant information, but unless you have the right operational processes in place, you’re losing the ability to attain the benefits of proportionality. So, click here to register and learn more about best practices to collect from Teams in an effective, defensible and proportional manner!

So, what do you think? Does your organization struggle with collection from Microsoft Teams? If so, attend tomorrow’s webinar! Please share any comments you might have or if you’d like to know more about a particular topic.

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