Slack and Microsoft Teams have firmly established their place in the enterprise. This webinar from Hanzo will discuss best practices for Slack and Teams!
Tomorrow at 1pm ET, Hanzo will conduct the webinar Best practices for Slack / Teams from IG through Litigation (available here). If your enterprise hasn’t fully mapped out your collaborative data discovery playbook, this practical webinar will provide valuable insights from industry experts to help guide the practices you implement from information governance through litigation. Panelists will discuss the following:
- How collaboration tools are used and what risks legal teams must manage
- Information governance challenges with collaboration data
- The most common eDiscovery challenges during litigation
- Best practices and technology that can help enterprises reduce risk and manage collaborative data securely, efficiently, and defensibly.
- Eliza T. Davis, Counsel, Redgrave LLP
- Joshua M. Hummel, Counsel, Redgrave LLP
- Dave Ruel, Head of Product, Hanzo
- Jim Gill, Content Marketing Manager, Hanzo (Moderator)
Workplace collaboration and communication solutions like Slack and Teams have firmly established their place in the enterprise. Register here to learn about best practices for Slack and Teams from information governance through litigation tomorrow!
So, what do you think? Does your organization use Slack and/or Teams? If so, check out the webinar tomorrow! And please share any comments you might have or if you’d like to know more about a particular topic.
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