Disappearing Teams Recordings/Transcripts?

Have your held Teams recordings or transcripts vanished after 21 days? There is an explanation, though I feel like I am stuck in an M365 eDiscovery issue rut. Really, I would like to be writing about more positive topics. This one popped up outside my usual eDiscovery testing while working with a new tech startup that heavily leverages recordings/transcripts for customer research, feature stories [...]

By |2021-06-24T15:05:20-05:00June 24th, 2021|Essay, Content Management, ESI Sources, Search|0 Comments

Teams Collections Complications – MC261534

M365 Teams collections are already challenging corporate eDiscovery and provider teams with hidden SharePoint and OneDrive sites. Today’s Major Change Update Notification (MC261534 - reproduced at end for non-admins) covers the June-July roll out of Roadmap ID 81945 that dramatically expands custodian’s ability to associate existing/other Teams sites and automatically create private channel sites. More importantly, non-admin custodians are losing the ability to manually [...]

Teams Transcripts – eDiscovery Gap

Teams transcripts are not currently available in M365 Content Search, eDiscovery or via the Graph API. As previously blogged about, Microsoft is busy consolidating the Microsoft 365 architecture to improve search and other functionality. There are obvious issues with working on the car while your customers are driving it, even when it is the most efficient solution. As of October 2020, the default Teams [...]

Quick Performance Tip for AED2 Processing

A peer with a looming deadline messaged me yesterday to ask if I knew of any way to export Advanced eDiscovery (AED2) collections without processing them into a review set. Despite a vague recollection from the Spring 2021 AED webinar of a MSFT PM saying that a ‘direct to export’ collection feature was on the road map I could not find confirmation. At this [...]

By |2021-05-26T11:18:52-05:00May 26th, 2021|Platform, Essay, Collectors, ESI Sources, Search|0 Comments

Ongoing M365 Tenant Upgrades/Migrations

Last year I found and published eDiscovery/Content search errors related to Microsoft 365’s ongoing changes to tenant search infrastructure and the new version of Advanced eDiscovery (AED). I have recently encountered similar AED search issues after another way of upgrades was rolled out to new clients. Given the monstrous global scale of corporate M365 adoption, it is entirely possible that this is the same [...]

M365 Advanced eDiscovery Spring Update

Microsoft’s Information & Protection teams are rolling out Advanced eDiscovery(AED) updates at a remarkable rate. The product team’s April 7th webinar and presentation deck has not yet been published, but I wanted to share some perspectives on how these updates may impact AED users. The pandemic has driven E5 license upgrades and features to support remote employees, which makes AED usage more practical for [...]

eDJ Brief: ZyLab ONE

Slowly but surely I am resuming regular briefings with providers. I remember when ZyLab first jumped into the US eDiscovery market with their hybrid archive/investigation tool. Thanks to Scott Hunter for walking me through their most recent release. In my not-always humble opinion, ZyLab always reminded me of Nuix. An innovative, independent architecture paired with a techie GUI that lagged the US market leader’s [...]

Enterprise Classification – Minimizing the Impact of Data Breaches

Typical Response Tasks ·   Preservation ·   Forensics ·   Log analysis ·   Malware reverse engineering ·   Surveillance ·   Remediation ·   Endpoint detection & response ·   Exfiltration – eDiscovery ·   Physical security ·   Regulatory compliance ·   Consumer notification ·   Legal response ·   Law enforcement liaison The latest Microsoft Exchange breach moved downstream to 60,000+ SMB victims from the Solar Wind’s hack that targeted Microsoft and government [...]

Handling M365 AED Unindexed Content

A question to the eDiscovery Facebook group asked how others were handling the unindexed items reported in M365 core and AED searches. If you have not run M365 eDiscovery searches yet or not noticed the Status section of the search detail page, it provides the item count and volume of ‘unsearchable items’ in the sources that your search. In my recent legal hold validation [...]

By |2021-03-03T18:04:28-06:00March 3rd, 2021|Essay, ESI Sources, Architecture, Search|0 Comments

Relativity-X1 – Well Timed for the Pandemic

Today’s announcement of the Relativity-X1 Enterprise integration had me puzzled at first. After all, Relativity Collect has been integrated with X1 Discovery files/emails since 2019. So what is the difference? Digging into the announcement and their documentation, my take on the new integration with X1 Enterprise Platform is the indexing of remote custodians and other data sources for in place search/collection. There are two [...]

By |2021-02-16T11:44:23-06:00February 16th, 2021|Platform, Essay, Collectors, Search|0 Comments
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