Get yourself trained on Implementing eDiscovery in with this Online Training Implementing eDiscovery in SharePoint: The Complete Course.
Online Training Implementing eDiscovery in SharePoint: The Complete Course
Legal professionals are now facing a tremendous game changer – the prolific use of technology- which has created an enormous knowledge gap in the legal field. Electronic discovery (eDiscovery), the process of identifying and producing relevant, Electronically Stored Information (ESI) for legal cases has created a technical quagmire in law.Master SharePoint, Exchange, and Office 365 and learn how to use these to create, implement, and manage eDiscovery Center. In order to excel in the 21st century dynamic legal landscape, you must understand the basics of electronic discovery, coupled with use of technology.The Cowen Group, in its recently published Ninth Annual Salary Study for compensation and hiring trends, identified eDiscovery as an area with one of the (highest paying non-attorney jobs (averages between $60 – $300k)In this course, you will learn how to use:Office 365SharePoint 2013 ServerExchange 2013 ServereDiscovery CenterElectronic Data Reference Model (EDRM), and more…Who should take this course?This course is available to people who wish to enter into the multi-billion dollar eDiscovery market, and I have designed this course to be easily understood by:Absolute beginnersNon-attorneysLitigation support professionalParalegalsAttorneysEntry level and experienced IT professionalsExecutives andAnyone who wants a career boostThis course is available to people who wish to enter into the multi-billion dollar eDiscovery market, attorneys, paralegals, litigation support professionals, case managers, consultants, project managers, legal support providers and other legal professionals.What are the requirements?Familiarity with Microsoft Office SuiteWhat’s in it for me?Instant career boostEarning a ‘six figure’ salary within a few yearsUnderstand cloud computing as an added benefit by using Office 365Become confident with SharePoint and Exchange 2013Create, implement, configure, and manage eDiscovery CentersCreate Records Management CenterCreate and Manage Data Loss Prevention (DLP) policiesBecome confident working with Compliance CenterThank youSyed & Team ClayDeskTeaching over 200,000+ happy students
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