The adoption of emoji in workplace communication continues to evolve while technology and usage increases. And, discovery considerations involving emoji continue to increase. Here’s a webinar that digs deeper into the most common emoji being used at work, who is using them, and in what context.
TODAY, EDRM will conduct the webinar Emoji in the Workplace at 1pm ET (noon CT, 10am PT), sponsored by Ricoh USA. Matt Mahon of Ricoh will discuss uses of emoji today in the workplace and will also explore technology advancements for the collection, processing and review of emoji for investigations and litigation.
- Matt Mahon, CEDS, IGP is National Manager, Information Governance and eDiscovery Sales for Ricoh USA. Matt has 14-years’ experience with Ricoh supporting organizations with information governance and litigation support strategies including data remediation, litigation hold, preservation, collection, data processing, review, and production. As the National eDiscovery Sales Manager for Ricoh eDiscovery, Matt leads strategy and training for the sales team, and consults with clients, delivers CLE training, and is a frequent speaker and writer on eDiscovery issues. Matt earned his B.A. in Mathematics and Applied Sciences from UC San Diego and is a Certified as an eDiscovery Specialist and Information Governance Professional. Matt lectures widely on topics including IoT, the impact of emoji and social media in workplace communications, data governance, and eDiscovery.
Matt recently wrote a white paper on The Impact of Emoji in Workplace Communication (which I covered here), so he has a lot to say on the topic! It’s not more cowbell, it’s more emoji! Click here to register.
So, what do you think? Is your organization struggling with how to handle emoji in discovery? If so, consider attending the webinar! And, please share any comments you might have or if you’d like to know more about a particular topic.
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