Further signs of Microsoft discarding the on-premises roots of Office 365 in favor of consistent cross-workload functionality comes when the Security and Compliance Center takes center stage for eDiscovery from July 1.
Microsoft has announced that they will block Office 365 tenants from creating workload-specific searches from July 2017. Instead of using Exchange Online and SharePoint Online, you have to create content searches and eDiscovery cases through the Security and Compliance Center. It’s a good change, even with the complication of keeping old searches until they expire.
Office 365 Connectors allow data drawn from multiple internet sources like Twitter to be imported into Office 365. This article explains why imported tweets result in multiple SendAs events logged in the Office 365 Audit log.