Collaboration Data Preserved In-Place & Collected In-Context
Defensibly preserve and collect data across all your company’s SaaS apps – including Slack and other hard-to-capture data sources – while orchestrating cross-platform legal holds in just a few clicks.
Collaboration Applications (e.g. Slack & MS Teams) are the new normal in workplace communications, making their data the fastest growing and most sought-after sources of Electronically Stored Information (ESI) during litigation.
Hanzo defensibly preserves and collects digital communications wherever work gets done – Slack, Google Workspace, Jira, Confluence, as well as other SaaS platforms and internal systems – while maintaining the context of the conversation, including attachments, emojis, and metadata.
Unlike traditional email, capturing the unstructured, ongoing, and multifaceted elements of collaboration data (and related metadata) presents a major challenge to corporate legal teams. No subject lines, no dates, no threads + emojis, gifs, attachments, share drives = eDiscovery Nightmare.
Hanzo gives you the ability to view and interact with collaboration data as if you were looking at the live site, elevating the standard of evidence during an investigation or eDiscovery.
The Federal Rules of Civil Procedure (FRCP) sets forth a timeline for parties to “discuss any issues about preserving discoverable information; and develop a proposed discovery plan” under Rule 26(f), giving legal teams only 69 days from the initial complaint to begin framing their litigation strategy.
With Hanzo, in-house legal teams gain immediate and ongoing insights into enterprise communications before triggering events happen, giving them the power to respond quickly and prepare an effective discovery plan well within the timeline laid out in the FRCP.
With the rising number of data sources, supporting legal teams in the face of imminent litigation is getting infinitely more complex. Issuing a legal hold or gaining access to electronic evidence can be complicated, and is typically very dependent on IT, particularly when dealing with collaboration and SaaS data.
Hanzo's intuitive user interface and cross-platform integration enables non-technical staff to easily query the data and orchestrate legal holds across multiple platforms, like Google and Slack, with just a few clicks.
eDiscovery traditionally includes data handoffs between multiple stakeholders – IT, Outside Counsel, Legal Service Providers – which increases risk and cost. Being able to quickly identify and preserve relevant data without additional data handoffs, prevents over collection and data duplication without sacrificing defensibility.
Hanzo preserves data in-place at the point of creation so you can collect only what you need. And all data automatically synchronizes across platforms so there’s no need to re-pull or deduplicate data.
Now, with Hanzo, we can scope an inquiry and set it up within literally minutes—or we can hand it over to a non-technical team to handle themselves. That saves us so much time and keeps us self-sufficient without relying on or paying other teams.
Everyone has been able to use Hanzo Hold really easily,” saving time for both IT and legal. With Hanzo Hold, I get a very clear, easy-to-read PDF report and a review-ready output—and I know I’ve got the information I need.
When email was first on the scene, everyone in the industry was trying to ‘paper-ize’ electronic documents so they could treat them like the documents they were used to. Now, with collaboration apps, we’re trying to ‘email-ize’ their content so it’s more familiar.
This guide provides a step-by-step guide to preserving and collecting enterprise data on Slack, along with best practices for implementation.Download Now
Identify, monitor, preserve, and collect all employee communication & collaboration data to resolve issues before they lead to expensive litigation.
Gain insights into unstructured data and ensure defensible data preservation by archiving and auditing public websites and internal SaaS systems.
Mitigate risk and provide defensible proof in the event of IP disputes through consistent records management, including employee and vendor communications across all platforms.