Tag: ESI Collection

SharePoint E-Discovery Collection – Case Study

You may have already discovered that completing an E-Discovery SharePoint collection can be a daunting task. Many IT professionals who come to us have limited experience working with SharePoint and no easy way to learn before going on-site for a collection. Here are just a few of the many questions...

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Microsoft SharePoint Forensic and E-Discovery Collections

SHAREPOINT FORENSIC AND E-DISCOVERY COLLECTIONS Microsoft SharePoint forensic and E-Discovery collections have become a growing concern for legal IT professionals and their clients. An extensive amount of potentially relevant discoverable content stored in SharePoint sites can be a minefield of technical challenges. A quick Google search can point to some...

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ESI Self Collection Drives and Kits

Electronically Stored Information (ESI) self collection drives and kits have become popular in the last few years because they offer an affordable means of collecting electronic data for a legal matter without the need to hire in expensive forensic experts. This article covers what should be included in an ESI...

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How Much is a Petabyte, Exabyte, or Zettabyte?

As our electronically stored information (ESI) data universe continues to grow, we are hearing about increasing storage capacities. The size of a project in terabytes (TB – 1024 Gigabytes) comes up frequently and is often the amount of data that has to be collected, culled or processed on a corporate server....

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Email Collection

Email Collection refers to the identification and isolation of electronic mail (email) messages that pertain to a specific legal matter in civil litigation cases. What gets collected What is actually being collected during email collections can be one of two things: 1. Files representing the contents of the transmitted email...

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What is PST Regeneration?

PST Regeneration is used during electronic discovery processing or even during an ESI collection.  A Personal Folder File (PST) is a container file created by Microsoft Outlook which stores email messages and other data (i.e. contacts, calendar entries, tasks, to do list etc.) How it’s done Regenerating PSTs refers to...

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Imaging Hard Drives – Will you get what you expect?

If you or a partnering service bureau need to be able to process or review your client’s files from an imaged hard drive, you may be in for a surprise. The results of an imaged hard drive are often stored in a forensic image format or what is referred to...

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