More and more companies are implementing Slack to get work done efficiently. From file sharing to messaging threads, to video calls and more, Slack is loaded with multi-faceted functions that boost productivity. With over 12 million users and counting, Slack’s adoption rate is rapidly accelerating. As a result, many legal teams want to know how to proactively prepare for eDiscovery.
Presented by ACEDS, this 60-minute webinar features Mark Pike, Legal Director and Product Counsel at Slack, and our Head of Customer Success, Nicole Thompson, to get answers to some of the most pressing questions about eDiscovery for Slack.
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Our major takeaways:
- With an increase in remote work, Slack’s popularity is increasing, causing Slack data to grow at exponential rates. It’s important to form a game plan for eDiscovery before the time for collection inevitably comes.
- The first steps in forming a proactive eDiscovery are understanding the nature of Slack data, your Slack Plan, your data retention settings, as well as the different options for Slack eDiscovery.
- Your eDiscovery solution should be able to directly connect to Slack’s eDiscovery API. It should also give you the power to choose what Slack data you collect and preserve, and be able to turn incomprehensible JSON files into contextual information.
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