eDiscovery Process for Collaboration

eDiscovery Process for Collaboration Data and SaaS Platforms: eDiscovery Best Practices

If you’re in eDiscovery, you understand the EDRM Model and how it works*. But Jim Gill of Hanzo has taken a look at the eDiscovery process for collaboration data and SaaS platforms, which has unique requirements..

In his latest article The eDiscovery Process for Collaboration Data and SaaS Platforms, Jim discusses the point in the process when in-house legal teams usually send the collected and culled data to outside counsel or a legal service provider for processing and review. However, not just any export format will do: it needs to be a format that puts the collected data into a usable form for review, such as a PDF.

When it comes to the eDiscovery process for collaboration data and SaaS platforms, the export formats are quite different than what many people are used to with traditional sources of ESI. And the potential export formats may have certain limitations that may not make them suitable for eDiscovery use cases.

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So, what are examples of the formats and what are the limitations with them? And how can Dynamic Capture Technology fill the export gap? You’ll have to read his blog post here to find out! It’s just one more click! Did you think collaboration data and SaaS platforms were going to be easy? 😀

So, what do you think? What’s your organization’s eDiscovery process for collaboration data and SaaS platforms? Please share any comments you might have or if you’d like to know more about a particular topic.

Disclosure: Hanzo is an Educational Partner and sponsor of eDiscovery Today

* – If you don’t, it’s time to learn! 😉

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