Slack is one of the world’s most popular collaborative messaging platforms, providing enormous benefits to numerous businesses and to its millions of users.
But organizations seeking to collect and preserve their Slack content for eDiscovery, legal hold, and case management face a constant challenge. As Slack was designed for collaboration, not eDiscovery, it has a very rudimentary data retention tool, incapable of meeting the demands of most audit, legal, and compliance investigations.
In this eGuide, we share six best practices and tips for conducting eDiscovery and legal hold on Slack messages. Learn how to simplify identification and collection of relevant data – and ensure your firm preserves a clean chain of custody, when litigation or a regulatory investigation is anticipated.