With the upcoming release of Netmail 6, we've turned eDiscovery on its head. Our new, easy-to-use web-based eDiscovery tool lets legal supervisors, attorneys, paralegals, case administrators, or any designated individual in your organization perform eDiscovery on Microsoft Office 365, Box, SharePoint, and SharePoint O365. What's more, your search results are federated which means that they displayed in a single unified view so that you can view up-to-date, real-time results on the same screen to find what you're looking for quickly!
Typically, in the eDiscovery world, the Electronic Discovery Reference Model (EDRM) has been the defacto framework folllowed by most eDiscovery cases. Data is identfied, preserved, and collected, then processed, reviewed, and analyzed before moving to production and presentation.
And although this process does narrow down your data set slightly, the collected information, most of it irrelevant, is still overwhelming! This is where Netmail's new Federated Search steps in and shakes things up by asking the question, "Why collect what you don't need?"
To learn the answer to that question, and many more, watch Netmail's all-new 3 part video series on why eDiscovery will never be the same time-consuming, exhausting, and expensive process again.
In part 1, Electronic Discovery Reference Model, you'll learn all about the Electronic Discovery Reference Model (EDRM) and how Netmail's unique new approach to EDRM actually shortens the eDiscovery process.
In part 2, Using Netmail Federated Search, we'll show you how to use Netmail's new eDiscovery search tool to create a case and narrow down your search results in seconds.
In part 3, Exporting with Netmail Federated Search, you'll learn how to quickly export your search results using this powerful new tool.
Our powerful new web-based eDiscovery tool enables legal supervisors, attorneys, paralegals, and case administrators to perform eDiscovery on file systems, email archives, Microsoft Office 365, Sharepoint, Sharepoint O365, and file sharing solutions such as Box and Citrix ShareFile.