After years of blogging and writing newsletters just to share things I’ve been learning, I’ve decided to dip my toes in the paid-newsletter world.
What do I think is so valuable that I would ask you to pay for it? For the last few years, I’ve been working and diving deep into the Microsoft 365 platform, from the perspective of an eDiscovery professional.
Do you know what I’ve found in that time? That M365 is complicated. Trying to keep track of everything that goes on in the platform and what eDiscovery, Records Management, and other groups should be concerned about is a full-time job.
I’m offering to help. I’m offering to do some testing and write about current events and changes from the perspective of a 15-year eDiscovery professional.
If that interests you, subscribe.
Free subscribers will get some good information from me. Paid subscribers will get deeper dives and more stuff. Right now, I’m offering that at the introductory price of $7 per month, or $75 per year.
As a preview, here’s the first issue, completely free. I do a deep dive into a recent Court order regarding Slack and Teams messages and evaluate how we might comply with that order using the native Purview eDiscovery tools.