In a bid to appeal to legal professionals, Microsoft has updated Office 365 with information governance, security, and e-discovery capabilities, and encouraged legal technology integration with its platform. And after its recent Microsoft Ignite conference 2017 in Orlando, Florida, the company also announced a slew of updates in attempt to further cement its position in the legal industry.

But how will these updates affect legal users? Here’s a look at the top four updates:

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