TERIS announced today that it has added the Clearwell E-Discovery Platform Version 6.1 to its product offering. The latest product release from Clearwell Systems, Inc., a leader in intelligent e-discovery, allows customers to defensibly collect data from Microsoft Business Productivity Online Suite (BPOS)/Microsoft Office 365.
With this new capability, TERIS’s clients can quickly identify and collect data from Microsoft Exchange Online and Microsoft SharePoint Online for e-discovery requests in response to litigation, regulatory inquiries and internal investigations. Once collected, the data from the cloud is immediately available for downstream e-discovery phases such as processing, analysis, review and production. As a result, the Clearwell E-Discovery Platform frees TERIS’s clients to reap the benefits of cloud computing while still fulfilling their legal and compliance requirements related to e-discovery.
“With Clearwell’s latest release, we are now able to offer our clients a more seamless collection process as well as integrated remote office collections into our existing Clearwell systems. This is a great benefit to both our legal and corporate clients,” said Mark Prewitt, Director of IT at TERIS. “We also look forward to Clearwell’s forthcoming addition of transparent concept search, which will compliment their existing transparent search and email threading functions.”
The latest version of the Clearwell E-Discovery Platform provides comprehensive support for Microsoft BPOS/Office 365, including:
- Identification and collection of data from both Microsoft Exchange Online and Microsoft
- SharePoint Online
- Integration with Active Directory
- Auto-detection of mailboxes and SharePoint sites in the cloud
- Connection throttling to BPOS in order to maximize network efficiency
- Managed security and access, along with automatic activity and chain-of-custody reporting
Founded in 1996, TERIS provides legal support and sophisticated e-discovery solutions to corporate legal teams and law firms across the U.S. and internationally. TERIS’ staff of over 300 was named one of the top 20 e-diiscovery service providers by industry researcher Socha-Gelbmann in 2008. The company operates a free job board for the legal profession at http://www.discoverlegaljobs.com and has offices in Seattle, San Francisco, Silicon Valley, San Diego, Phoenix, Austin, Dallas, Houston, and Chicago. To learn more about TERIS, visit http://www.TERIS.com or follow the company on Twitter at http://www.Twitter.com/DiscoverTERIS for Facebook athttp://www.Facebook.com/DiscoverTERIS.
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