Hanzo At Legalweek(year) - Tips to Handle Non-traditional Data Sources

| July 7 2021

We're halfway through 2021, and we can plainly see as we emerge from pandemic life,  that remote work is here to stay. Here are some pretty compelling remote work stats from the State of Remote Work Survey by OWL Labs:

  • 70 percent of full-time workers in the United States worked from home during the pandemic.
  • 77 percent of respondents agree that after COVID-19, being able to work from home would make them happier
  • 1 in 2 people won't return to jobs that don't offer remote work
  • 81 percent of respondents believe their employers will continue to support remote work after COVID-19, even after workspaces are able to re-open.


Lots of upsides, like saving 40 minutes daily on the commute, or saving on average nearly $500 per month, while 75 percent of people reported being the same or more productive during COVID-19 while working from home.

A pretty compelling testament to the value of remote work. Moreover, given that remote work is looked upon so favorably by so many, it is logical to conclude that the adoption and use of collaboration applications enterprises use will continue. 

From Slack and Microsoft Teams to Google Workspace, or Jira, Confluence, and a whole host of cloud-based software, communications, and collaborative work is the framework upon which enterprises are run.  These applications, however, were not purpose-built for ediscovery. This means many organizations will at some point have to navigate discovery response with a tool that was not designed for the process.   

Hanzo has thought about this very conundrum and is presenting tips at the upcoming Legalweek(year) on July 13 & 14. Following are the facilitated discussions we are presenting.


Collect Once Use Many: Cost-Effective Approaches For Ediscovery of Collaborative Data


Tuesday, July 13, 2021, at 2:15 pm EDT

In this discussion, we’ll explore the challenges organizations encounter trying to do discovery the old way, address why old thinking is unsustainable, and share insights on how to stop introducing unnecessary risk and cost by modernizing your ediscovery approach with a “collect once-use many” solution. At the end of the session, you’ll also see a quick demo of how Hanzo Hold can help corporate legal teams modernize their ediscovery workflows, prepare for the wave of discovery requests and investigations that involve data from collaboration platforms.

Collecting Legally Defensible Atlassian Content And Save Time Too


Wednesday, July 14, 2021, at 10:15 am EDT

In this session, you’ll learn more about the core challenges organizations face with discovery for tools like Confluence, Jira, and Trello. You'll also get helpful insights about how to efficiently respond to discovery requests with this rich suite of collaboration tools, and see a quick demo of how Hanzo can help corporate legal teams save time with Atlassian discovery.


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