Enterprise Vault Discovery.cloud User Guide
- About Enterprise Vault Discovery.cloud
- Getting started with Discovery.cloud
- Discovery.cloud roles
- Matter management
- Reviewing and working with emails in eDiscovery
- Email export
- Collaborative reports
- Discovery.cloud alerts
- Email Continuity
- Methods for searching matters and accounts
- Boolean operator searches
- Methods for searching tables and reports
- Discovery.cloud Frequently Asked Questions
- Best practices, limitations, and known issues
- Discovery.cloud updates in previous releases
From the Discovery.cloud Investigations tab administrators or reviewers can conduct initial, probative, or ad hoc investigations on the archives of the accounts that they have the privileges to monitor. For example, you can assess compliance to corporate content or regulatory policies before deciding whether there is a requirement to create a tracked eDiscovery matter.
Typically, an investigation is an internal search. For example, you can assess compliance to corporate content policies, or respond to a request to find private information on a user. You can search for data in the emails of multiple user accounts all in one place.
You can search the archives of the accounts that you manage from the Managed Accounts node. From here you can access, review, and work with the archived emails of interest as in the E-Discovery tab. The difference is that in the Investigations tab the search and the work that you do with the emails is not tracked as part of a matter. Also in investigations the review statuses are not available.
In investigations, permission to view the emails of others is solely dependent on the roles and permissions of your account as configured in Archive Administration. The constraints that are enforced within a matter and an assigned search are not present.