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When it Comes to Collecting SaaS Data for Ediscovery, APIs May Not Be Enough

Software as a Service (SaaS) applications have experienced phenomenal growth over the past few years, and this trend is ...

When it Comes to Using Screenshots as Evidence, It’s All About Authentication

Complex data sources – such as chat messages or a SaaS application’s user interface – are called that for a reason in ...

Ediscovery, Remote Work, and the Rise of Collaboration Apps

Even before the COVID-19 Pandemic in 2020, collaboration app (e.g. Slack) usage was on the rise for internal enterprise ...

No Longer Just Slack & Teams: Why Legal Departments Should Be Aware of Frontline Industry Collaboration Apps

For the last few years, much discussion within the legal industry has centered on the rise of collaboration app usage ...

Data Intelligence is the Vital First Step for Legal and Compliance Teams: A Hanzo Webinar Recap

Organizations create and share enormous volumes of sensitive information, and with the rise of SaaS applications and ...

Better Together: How Data Loss Prevention Can Shed Light on Ediscovery and Internal Investigations

Some things that are great on their own turn out to be even better as half of a dynamic duo. We’re talking peanut ...

7 Ways to Reduce Ediscovery Costs

There’s no way around it: ediscovery can be expensive. With the constantly expanding universe of data—and the ...

Ediscovery: How the Federal Rules Apply in the Digital Age

A lot has changed since the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure (FRCP) were first enacted in 1938. Yet the goals of ...

How Is Ediscovery Technology Rising to the Challenge of Collaboration Data? Reflections on Legalweek 2022

After a couple of years away from the full in-person conference experience, the team at Hanzo was so excited to be back ...

Managing Change, Improving Adoption: How IT Can Better Support the Legal Department

Lawyers have a reputation—sometimes deserved, sometimes not—of being technophobic Luddites. While there are certainly ...

What Did We Learn in 2021, and What’s Next for Ediscovery in 2022?

As we’ve been wrapping up 2021 and looking forward to 2022—again hopeful that at some point this year we’ll see more of ...