Collaboration platforms like Slack and Microsoft Teams have rapidly grown in their regular use for enterprise communications ever since the start of the pandemic. However, this growth has left many organizations vulnerable when it comes to incorporating these new data sources within their eDiscovery processes.
For the third year in a row, we have partnered with the Association of Certified eDiscovery Professionals (ACEDS) to conduct a short, multiple-choice, and anonymized survey to better understand what’s happening in the field of eDiscovery and to learn from the experiences of practitioners.
Don’t miss out on this insightful opportunity! Watch our on-demand webinar video to gain insights on the survey findings and analyses of what the panelists suggest regarding enterprise preparedness for governing this data and responding to preservation and discovery obligations.
Here is what you can expect from our Guide. We surveyed industry professionals on:
- importance of collaborative data sources to their business
- retention policies, preservation methods, and confidence in their processes;
- scoping data collections, how teams respond to discovery requests, and their belief in collection methods;
- investment roadmap, and legal professionals' most significant concerns regarding collaboration data.
You can also download a full report on the results and analysis by clicking this link.