Here’s a Webinar that Will Show You the Ins and Outs of Zoom eDiscovery: eDiscovery Webinars

The advent of remote work in 2020 meant that millions of habitually in-person interactions suddenly evolved into sources of electronic data, including meetings conducted on Zoom. This overnight shift to virtual meetings did not leave time for the consideration of eDiscovery implications – until now.  Here’s a webinar from Onna that will show you the ins and outs of Zoom eDiscovery.

On Tuesday, May 25th, Onna will conduct the webinar Zoom eDiscovery: How to do it and why it matters at 2pm ET (1pm CT, 11am PT).  Join Onna as they delve into Zoom as a discoverable source of data, including:

  • What Zoom data looks like and how it should be handled
  • Regulatory and compliance concerns
  • How to get started with your Zoom eDiscovery plan

According to Backlinko, counting both free and paying users, Zoom has 300 million daily meeting participants. That’s an increase of 2,900% since December 31, 2019, when 10 million daily meeting participants logged on.  And annualized webinar minutes has grown from 2 billion in Q2 2020 to 42 billion in Q2 2021!  It’s clear that so many more people are using Zoom and recording meetings in it, which means a lot more discoverable audio and video ESI to address in eDiscovery!  Click here to register and learn the ins and outs of Zoom eDiscovery!


So, what do you think?  Do you have a plan for handling Zoom eDiscovery?  If not, consider attending the webinar!  And please share any comments you might have or if you’d like to know more about a particular topic.

Disclosure: This is a sponsored post by Onna.

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