The stats of the benefits of collaboration are compelling. According to Gallup, extremely connected teams demonstrate a 21 percent increase in profitability and McKinsey research suggests that online collaboration tools and digital workspaces facilitate increased productivity by 20 to 30 percent.
In recent years, business communications have become more collaborative in nature to support remote work, improve productivity, and enhance the connection among teams. Since the arrival of the coronavirus pandemic the adoption of collaboration platforms has rapidly accelerated, and many organizations may not have had the chance to put in place information governance and discovery processes for the data created by collaboration platforms.
Collaboration platforms, typically channel-based messaging applications, that essentially replace email inside of your company are now being used now more than ever. We want to learn from the experiences of those in the field. We'd like to know about any challenges corporate legal teams encounter with these newer data types as they relate to ediscovery and information governance.
That is why we've partnered with the Association of Certified Ediscovery Professionals (ACEDS) to conduct this short, multiple-choice and anonymized survey that can be completed in just a few minutes. Working with ACEDS, we hope to establish the industry benchmarks of collaboration data as a source for discovery and identify litigation readiness now and in the future.
Share your insights
Please take a moment to share your thoughts about collaboration data and discovery in this quick survey.