Linked: Hidden Dangers of Microsoft 365’s Power Automate and eDiscovery Tools
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Linked: Hidden Dangers of Microsoft 365’s Power Automate and eDiscovery Tools

Look, we’ve always had this issue in the eDiscovery space, in order to put data on hold, and collect it as part of a lawsuit, someone has to be able to access all of it. That means there has to be an account somewhere with unlimited access to both search, and collect, tons of data from your environment, as necessary.

As important as having the ability to do that when faced with litigation, there is also the danger inherent in having an account, and tools, with that level of access.


Linked – Evernote Announces Price Hikes and Two-Device Limit for Free Users

“Cross-platform note-taking service Evernote has announced new limits for its Basic account holders on the same day the company hiked the prices on its paid subscription plans. Users of Evernote’s free Basic plan will soon be limited to using the service on no more than two devices, such as a computer and a phone, two…

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OneNote and Evernote Oh My!

I’ll be honest, I’ve always had a good feeling for Microsoft’s OneNote application. The only reason I have used Evernote instead of it was because the copies of OneNote that I’ve had over the years have all been part of MS Office, which I “owned” by way of the company I worked for at the…