Advanced eDiscovery allows you to analyze unstructured data within Office 365, perform document review of stored data located in Exchange Online, SharePoint Online, OneDrive for Business, Skype for Business, Office 365 Groups, and Microsoft Teams. Searches can be performed in the new Microsoft 365 Security and Compliance center.
Important Note: Advanced eDiscovery requires an Office 365 E3 with the Advanced Compliance add-on or an E5 subscription for your organization. If you don't have that plan
Office 365 Enterprise Plan E3 & E5
The following topics describe the setup and use of Advanced eDiscovery modules and features:
Quick setup - Helps you to get started with Advanced eDiscovery.
Running the Process module - Enables the preparation of files from specified data sources.
Analyzing case data - Allows identification and grouping of Near-duplicate files and hierarchically structured groups of email threads.
Using Express Analysis - Allows quick analysis of case data and exporting the results.
Setting up the Relevance module - Allows the definition of parameters for Relevance processing.
Using the Relevance module - Identifies and ranks files by Relevance scores, which assists with early case assessment, document culling, and review.
Exporting case data - Enables the export of Advanced eDiscovery data and results for review.
Running reports - Enables the generation of .csv file output for the selected reports.
Defining case and organization settings - Allows the definition of parameters at the case and organization level.
Using Advanced eDiscovery utilities - Enables the execution of Advanced eDiscovery utilities on case data.
Once you have decided on the best plans for your organization it's time to Enabling New Office 365 Services.