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San Francisco Chapter Meeting

  • 20 Apr 2022
  • 2:45 PM - 4:45 PM
  • Virtual

Conquering Slack Discovery in Three Simple Steps

Please join us on Wednesday, April 20th, where Robert Hiilson and Laura Vieiro Rial of Logikcull will discuss the fine art of conquering Slack eDiscovery.

With over 1.5 billion messages generated every month and more than 600K organizations worldwide using Slack, this communications platform has become one of the main sources of ESI for disputes and investigations.

It has also become one of the main pains in the [bleep] for even the most innovative legal teams out there.

Without the right tools and processes in place, conducting discovery on Slack data is nearly impossible. Huge data volumes, new file formats, disjointed information, and a new communications paradigm are only a few of the multiple challenges posed by chat data.

But there's a way out of Slack's hell. And it's more straightforward than you might think.

Join this webinar/session to learn

· The main challenges involved in Slack discovery

· How existing technology can help you navigate them

· A three-step approach to handling Slack data in a fraction of the time

Robert Hilson

Robert Hilson is the Vice President of Marketing at Logikcull. Prior to joining Logikcull, Robert worked as a journalist and served as executive director of the Association of Certified eDiscovery Specialists. You can reach him at robert.hilson@logikcull.com.

Laura Vieiro

Laura drives brand awareness and education efforts at Logikcull. A trained translator, English teacher, and content marketer, Laura has a knack for languages and believes in the power of great stories to win hearts and transform minds. You can reach her at laura.vieirorial@logikcull.com.

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