If your organization adheres to legal discovery requirements (related to organizational policy, compliance, or lawsuits), In-Place eDiscovery in Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 and Exchange Online can help you perform discovery searches for relevant content within mailboxes. Exchange 2013 and Exchange Online also offer federated search capability and integration with Microsoft SharePoint 2013 and Microsoft SharePoint Online. Using the eDiscovery Center in SharePoint, you can search for and hold all content related to a case, including SharePoint 2013 and SharePoint Online websites, documents, file shares indexed by SharePoint (SharePoint 2013 only), mailbox content in Exchange, and archived Lync 2013 content. You can also use In-Place eDiscovery in an Exchange hybrid environment to search on-premises and cloud-based mailboxes in the same search.
The Power BI for Office 365 Admin Center allows IT administrators to register on-premises data sources with the portal, enable OData feed for the data sources and select tables/views to be included in the feed, and/or allow Excel workbooks stored in ShareP
This article provides information about the performance of large document libraries and large lists. The recommendations in this article are the result of a series of performance tests that were conducted with Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010. The focus of this article is on the performance characteristics of large lists and on how different configurations affect the performance of large lists and of the farm. SharePoint Server 2010 has several new improvements that make it easier to create and use large lists. However, creating and implementing large lists still requires careful planning. You must consider many factors, such as information architecture, performance, disaster recovery, and governance. This article covers information architecture and features that are used to implement large lists, and it covers the effect that specific configurations have on performance.