With more than 1.5 billion messages generated every month and more than 600,000 organizations worldwide using Slack —including more than 40% of the Fortune 100 — the communications platform has become one of the main sources of electronically stored information (ESI) for disputes and internal investigations. And nothing indicates Slack’s growth will slow any time soon.
In turn, Slack data is now one of the main headaches for even the most technically savvy IT and legal teams out there since, without the right tools and processes, conducting discovery on Slack data is almost impossible.
In this guide, you’ll learn:
The main challenges posed by Slack discovery
How existing technology can help you navigate them
How to choose the right tool to handle Slack data
A three-step approach to collecting, reviewing and producing chat data
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