Enterprise Vault Discovery.cloud User Guide

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  1. About Enterprise Vault Discovery.cloud
    1.  
      Introducing Enterprise Vault Discovery.cloud
    2.  
      Discovery.cloud key features
    3.  
      About classification
    4.  
      Discovery.cloud term definitions
  2. Getting started with Discovery.cloud
    1.  
      Logging on to Discovery.cloud
    2. About the Discovery.cloud user interface
      1.  
        About the Investigations tab
      2.  
        About the E-Discovery tab
      3.  
        About the Administration tab
      4.  
        About the Alerts tab
      5.  
        About the Dashboard tab
      6.  
        About the Continuity tab
    3.  
      Accessing your own archived emails
  3. Discovery.cloud roles
    1.  
      About account roles and Discovery.cloud
    2.  
      Account role
    3.  
      Reviewer role
    4.  
      Administrator role
    5. Assigning roles for Discovery.cloud
      1.  
        Assigning the Reviewer role to an account
      2.  
        Assigning the Administrator role to an account
  4. Investigations
    1.  
      About investigations
    2.  
      About the Managed Accounts node
    3.  
      Performing a new search of accounts (Investigations tab)
    4.  
      Saving a search of accounts (Investigations tab)
    5.  
      Viewing or modifying a saved search (Investigations tab)
    6.  
      Generating printable reports for searches (Investigations tab)
    7.  
      Deleting saved searches (Investigations tab)
    8.  
      Working with emails in the Investigations tab
    9.  
      Hiding and unhiding emails
  5. Matter management
    1.  
      About matters in eDiscovery
    2.  
      Matter workflow summary: Discovery Administrator
    3.  
      Customizing the matter review statuses
    4.  
      Creating a matter
    5.  
      Viewing the details of a matter
    6.  
      Editing a matter
    7.  
      Performing a new search of a matter
    8.  
      Saving a search of a matter
    9.  
      Viewing and modifying a saved search of a matter
    10.  
      Applying a search-level legal hold
    11.  
      Assigning an unassigned saved search to reviewers
    12.  
      Generating printable reports for searches
  6. Reviewing and working with emails in eDiscovery
    1.  
      About reviewing matters
    2.  
      Matter workflow summary: reviewer
    3.  
      Reviewing a matter's emails
    4.  
      Applying a matter review status to emails
    5.  
      Applying tags to emails
    6.  
      Adding matter notes to emails
    7.  
      Printing emails
    8.  
      Restoring emails
    9.  
      Forwarding emails
  7. Email export
    1.  
      Exporting emails
    2.  
      Reviewing Export Status
    3.  
      Resubmitting failed export items
    4.  
      Option to maintain folder structure in the export
    5.  
      Canceling Export Batch
    6.  
      Email export FAQ
  8. Collaborative reports
    1.  
      About collaborative eDiscovery reporting
    2.  
      Report by email: Audit trail
    3.  
      Report by Matter: Matter History
    4.  
      Report by Matter: Matter Summary
    5.  
      Report by Archive: eDiscovery dashboard
  9. Discovery.cloud alerts
    1.  
      Creating an alert
  10. Email Continuity
    1.  
      Managing Email Continuity
    2.  
      Viewing Continuity emails
  11. Methods for searching matters and accounts
    1.  
      About Basic Search and Advanced Search
    2.  
      Search syntax for Basic Search and Advanced Search
    3.  
      About stop words and special characters
    4.  
      Phrase searches
    5. Boolean operator searches
      1.  
        AND operator search
      2.  
        OR operator search
      3.  
        NOT operator search
      4.  
        About using multiple Boolean operators
      5.  
        About using Boolean operators with phrase searches
      6.  
        About Boolean operators and special characters
    6.  
      Wildcard searches
    7.  
      Proximity searches
    8.  
      Double-byte character set searches
    9.  
      About enhanced searches in Japanese
    10.  
      Searchable attachment types
    11.  
      Search examples and tips
  12. Methods for searching tables and reports
    1.  
      About Quick Search and Criteria Search
    2.  
      Searching tables, lists, and reports
  13. Discovery.cloud Frequently Asked Questions
    1.  
      Frequently Asked Questions
  14. Best practices, limitations, and known issues
    1.  
      Best practices and limitations with Discovery.cloud
    2.  
      Known issues with Discovery.cloud
  15. Discovery.cloud updates in previous releases
    1.  
      About the Discovery.cloud updates in previous releases
    2.  
      November 2015 updates
    3.  
      February 2015 updates
    4.  
      May 2014 updates
    5.  
      July 2013 updates
    6.  
      May 2013 updates
    7.  
      February/March 2013 updates
    8.  
      November 2012 updates
    9.  
      June 2012 updates
    10.  
      May 2012 updates
    11.  
      March 2012 updates
    12.  
      January/February 2012 updates

Discovery.cloud key features

Discovery.cloud includes the following features:

  • Advanced iterative search capabilities

    Discovery.cloud enables you to accelerate eDiscovery and investigations with powerful search capabilities to deliver fast results. Discovery.cloud enables you to build iterative searches using multiple criteria and to refine searches until the relevant information is located. If you add any criteria that narrow the search results too significantly, you can delete the term that limited the results, without re-building the entire search.

    Once the desired criteria are established, you can save the search. If you save the search as an on-going search, any new items that meet the criteria are automatically found, which significantly reduces review time. Phrase, Boolean, proximity, and wildcard search functionality enables relevant information to be found quickly, and allows further refinement of search results before export.

  • Collaborative eDiscovery workflow

    Discovery.cloud provides a built-in collaborative workflow. Discovery.cloud's matter management capabilities enable multiple reviewers to interact and collaborate on a specific matter. Once a matter is created, you can provision each reviewer with distinct privileges within the matter. Reviewers can review messages, view matter logs and reports, create exports, manage other reviewers, and edit a matter, depending on their privileges.

    A reviewer with access to a matter can use the extensive search capabilities to search the archives of the custodians involved. Searches can be saved and assigned to various reviewers to distribute the workload and expedite the eDiscovery process.

    A reviewer can place archived information on legal hold, apply review statuses and labels, categorize information, and add notes for other reviewers.

  • Classification with the Enterprise Vault.cloud Information Classifier.

    If your company has the Veritas Information Classifier service enabled, the service can apply classification tags to Enterprise Vault.cloud's incoming emails that match the enabled policies in the Veritas Information Classifier. Discovery.cloud users can then search for the emails that are tagged with these classification tags.

    See About classification.

  • Flexible export options

    Designated reviewers and administrators can perform online exports of search results. The ability for you to export data yourself minimizes your IT team's workload.

    You can export archived information from the archive in EML, PST, and NSF formats, with or without EDRM XML files. The archived information can then be imported into solutions like the Veritas™ eDiscovery Platform. An authorized reviewer or administrator can name and password-protect their exports.

  • Reporting

    Discovery.cloud offers reporting functionality for reviewers and administrators to view audit trails for individual messages, or to view the history of an entire matter.