Onna delivers defensible eDiscovery for Zoom with new connector enhancements
Onna customers can now capture data from Zoom Chat in addition to Zoom Meetings and other third-party applications
New York and Barcelona — 17 November, 2021: Onna, the world’s first Knowledge Integration Platform, today announced key enhancements to its Zoom connector to deliver a more complete and defensible eDiscovery and information governance solution. Customers can now collect, search, assess, and export data from Zoom Chat alongside Zoom Meetings and other third-party applications, to better support eDiscovery and investigation needs in today’s remote working environment.
Onna’s connectors enable granular, API-based integrations with the most popular collaboration and productivity tools, extracting, then processing and indexing all available data and metadata to create a full, contextualized and searchable repository of an organization’s corporate knowledge.
While Onna’s Zoom connector has always efficiently and defensibly collected Zoom Meetings data, including meeting details, audio and video recordings and transcripts, and in-meeting chat, the connector has been enhanced to additionally collect chat messages outside of Zoom Meetings, including one-to-one, group, and channel messages. This includes identifying and visualizing edited and deleted messages, as well as identifying all custodians even if they are inactive participants within a channel or group.
Onna stores Zoom data in its Knowledge Integration Platform, accessible only to authorized users. This mitigates accidental or malicious data loss from the primary source and ensures always-on access to data with an independent, search-ready archive. Built for the cloud, the platform and its connectors can be set up quickly and easily, delivering rapid time to value compared to more traditional and complex archiving tools.
“It’s no secret that Zoom has massively influenced the creation of our new world of remote and hybrid working, giving us a forum to connect and collaborate at a distance,” said Salim Elkhou, founder and CEO at Onna. “But even in this new world, corporate knowledge needs to be easily discoverable for litigation and investigations, just like email. Legal and IT teams are under new pressure to evolve their information governance strategies accordingly, and this is why Onna is far better equipped for today’s workplace apps than traditional eDiscovery and data collection tools.”
Onna delivers granular data collection, search, assessment, and export capabilities across not only Zoom, but also numerous other third-party applications like Microsoft Teams, Slack, and Google Workspace all at once, from one powerful yet simple-to-use self-service platform.
“There shouldn’t be a reliance on IT to fulfill discovery requests, and self-service is the key to helping teams become more proactive,” Elkhou continued. “Onna provides a single, intuitive platform to simplify data collection from Zoom and many of the other applications organizations use, giving users the autonomy to drive truly defensible eDiscovery.”
Onna integrates knowledge from all workplace applications, allowing anyone to unify, protect, search, automate, and build on top of their organization’s proprietary knowledge. With the rise of cloud-based and hosted workplace apps, knowledge is extremely fragmented and difficult to access in most organizations, costing businesses huge amounts of time and money in searching for their own information.
Onna’s Machine Learning-based Knowledge Integration Platform can be connected to any cloud or on-premise application, including Google Workspace, Microsoft 365, Slack, Dropbox, Salesforce, and many more. It supports eDiscovery, information governance, knowledge management, archiving, monitoring for private and sensitive data sharing, and building bespoke internal workflow apps using proprietary information.
With headquarters in New York City and Barcelona and teams in Raleigh, San Francisco, Toulouse, and London, Onna supports some of the world’s leading companies, including Dropbox, Electronic Arts, Fitbit, Lyft, NewsCorp, and Slack. Onna has raised more than $50M from investors, including Atomico, Dawn Capital, Dropbox, and Slack Fund. To learn more, visit www.onna.com.