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In our new webinar, "Top eDiscovery Trends for 2023 (And What They Mean for You)," Shoma Sircar, Forensic Technology Director at BDO, and @Tim Thames, Customer Success Director at Onna, share the latest eDiscovery trends likely to impact legal departments and law firms in 2023.The trends they discussed are listed below, and we want to hear from you! Which of these five trends is most important to you? Are addressing these trends a top priority for you and your organization?
Here are some of the jobs we've come across this week. Does your company have an open role in eDiscovery, information governance, or IT security? Please share it with the community! 🤝eDiscovery Producer, Epic Games (Cary, NC On-site)eDiscovery Specialist, Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP (Los Angeles, CA On-site)eDiscovery Counsel, Munger, Tolles & Olson LLP (Los Angeles County, CA Remote)Senior eDiscovery Analyst, Fish & Richardson P.C. (Dallas, TX Hybrid)Manager of eDiscovery Services, Ballard Spahr LLP (Philadelphia, PA Hybrid)
On Wednesday, January 11, @Tim Thames, Customer Success Director at Onna, joins Shoma Sircar, Forensic Technology Director at BDO, for a dynamic discussion on emerging eDiscovery trends likely to impact legal teams in 2023. They will also share steps you can take to remain effective and efficient well into the new year.Register hereIt will be a great webinar, and I look forward to seeing our Onna Connect community there!
Our incredible marketing team here at Onna just released a new blog post covering legal holds, including:The importance of legal holds in eDiscovery A detailed description of the legal hold process Common legal hold challengesAs you reflect on 2022, what challenges did you face regarding legal holds? Make your way to the top of the leaderboard by adding your comment below! 🏆
Here are some of the jobs we've come across this week. Does your company have an open role in eDiscovery, information governance, or IT security? Please share it with the community! 🤝Manager of Litigation Support, Zuckerman Spaeder LLP (Washington DC-Baltimore Area, Hybrid)Digital Forensics & Expert Services Consultant, Consilio LLC (United States, Remote)eDiscovery Analyst, K&L Gates (remote)eDiscovery Analyst, AMS Staffing Inc. (Menlo Park, CA , On-site)
In "Reduce spend on eDiscovery using the IGRM," Jose Lazares and Eric Mandel discussed current trends and challenges in eDiscovery, such as data volumes and data diversity. What trends and challenges are becoming increasingly critical in your work? Do the trends listed below track with what you are experiencing?If you missed this informative event the recording and slides are now available!
Join Jose Lazares, Chief Product Officer of Onna, and Eric Mandel, Principal, Innovative Driven (PRESA Group), to learn how to use proactive methods of information governance to support multiple use cases, improve your risk posture, and increase the return on your eDiscovery investment. During this webinar, you’ll learn more about: The unique challenges collaboration data poses for eDiscovery and IG How the right eDiscovery tool can help streamline information governance for siloed, unstructured data How to use the IGRM to facilitate better cooperation, cross-functional processes, and stronger IG for your business Best practices for implementing a modern IG strategy for unstructured dataRegister here.
Join our very own @Tim Thames, Customer Success Director at Onna, and Kelly Twigger, Principal at ESI Attorneys, on Monday, October 24th, as they explore the first steps in forming a proactive eDiscovery plan for Slack. Register here.What you'll learn:What is Slack, and what makes Slack data unique Common eDiscovery challenges when collecting from Slack Options for preserving and archiving Slack communications How Slack is optimizing app integrations to address the proliferation of scattered, hard-to-reach dataWhat Slack eDiscovery challenges are you currently facing? Please add them below. We would love to hear from you!
Here are some of the jobs we've come across this week. Does your company have an open role in ediscovery, information governance, or IT security? Please share it with the community! 🤝Workforce Data Management & Quality Leader - Johnson & Johnson (New Brunswick, NJ)Manager, Data Governance & Business Information Management - Mutual of Omaha (remote)Information Governance Advisor II - USAA (Charlotte, NC)eDiscovery Portfolio Team Lead - Consilio (remote)
Kelly Twigger of eDiscovery Assistant did such a great breakdown of this case, well worth the time to listen - all around failure to produce led to the entry of a default judgement as a sanction. I would love feedback from our eDiscovery veterans out here. My personal opinion is that we all need to keep leaning on each other to understand this unstructured data and how it is stored. Case of the Week
Wish is looking for a Counsel for Litigation and Disputes, “who can contribute to our growing Legal team and work on complex issues in a dynamic and fast-paced environment. The role will support our global litigation and disputes portfolio in multiple domestic and international jurisdictions.”A few of the qualifications listed include: J.D. with membership in at least one U.S. state bar. 3-5+ years of legal experience either in-house or with a reputable law firm. Experience advising clients or internal stakeholders on legal issues. Ability to multi-task and efficiently manage numerous matters under time-sensitive deadlines. Organized, with an attention to detail. The desire to have ownership over complex legal issues and a portfolio of cases/matters. Apply here.
Here are some of the jobs we've come across this week. Does your company have an open role in ediscovery, information governance, or IT security? Please share it with the community! 🤝eDiscovery Specialist - Lyft (remote)eDiscovery Project Manager - Dice (remote)eDiscovery Project Manager - Epiq (remote)eDiscovery Project Manager - Consilio (remote)
Friends, There is so much discussion around MS Purview - I took some notes around six topics that our team presented on - In case you missed it, I thought I would share them - Re-thinking data collection from MSFT 365 Environment -Heterogeneity: Impacting the ability to keep up and gather data - impacts compliance and data loss management. In the context of discovery this branching out leads us to develop one-off solutions, basically solves our short term problem but introduces errors and non-standardization. It’s less defensible and breaks apart the standard in place and look for new solutions to solve and identify new sources of data that we need to manage more effectively Early Data Assessment: EDA is different than it used to be, you were really pushing all downstream, now EDA is where you are working with a platform, where the data is indexed earlier than it ever has been. Also we see a lot more data and cost share amount with eD, forensics, privacy teams, they are going afte
In this informative and entertaining report, Adobe shares its key takeaways after surveying 5,000 emoji users from the United States. Some of the most fascinating statistics are on the use of emojis in the workplace, "Not only did 68 percent of those surveyed say they like it when people use emoji at work, but they also stated that it positively impacts likability (69 percent) and credibility (59 percent). There may have been a time when emoji were considered unprofessional, but that sure isn't the case now." What are your favorite emojis to use at work? Add them below!
Friends . . . this case is shocking and at the same time doesn't surprise me at all. We all need to lean on each other to stay on top unstructured data, how it is stored and solid workflows around defensible collections. Our community is the perfect place to share and keep us all moving forward. You’re in good hands because you have Onna! But the fact that this judge issued a default judgment because they failed to produce deleted Slack channels - yikes! Would love your take on this?
Microsoft Purview has some limitations. Are any of them affecting you?Join @Allison K, Solutions Architect at Onna, and @AndyM, VP of Product at Onna, to learn how to effectively and defensibly preserve, collect, process, and review data housed within your M365 apps (or any app, for that matter!) for eDiscovery, compliance, information governance, and more.During this webinar, you'll discover:The different types of data stored across M365 and how to find it Native features and limitations in Microsoft Purview How to find, preserve, collect, and process this data for eDiscovery Considerations for managing defensible legal holdsRegister here
In last week's webinar, we had the pleasure of hearing from Ali Khan, Chief Information Security Officer at Better, Jose Lazares, Chief Product Officer at Onna, and Shannon Smith, VP of Engineering at Onna. Together they explored the benefits of extracting insights from unstructured data, including insights into employee engagement.Jose listed several insights that you can uncover when monitoring employee engagement, such as:How are your employees collaborating? How effective are the tools that you are using? What topics are of interest to your employees?When creating a monitoring policy, all speakers highlighted the need for team collaboration and that a set of goals or desired insights must be decided upon before launching the program.Ali explained the great pains that he and his team have gone through to communicate their monitoring policy internally, including:Stressing that these policies are in place to protect their employees, as well as the company at large Explaining that mist
While the interconnected nature of Microsoft 365 can be a dream for employee productivity, it poses significant challenges for IT and corporate legal teams when it comes to collecting and governing data. There’s much to learn about the M365 environment from retention and compliance to security and privacy, and we are pleased to offer a free webinar on Aug 31, 2022, at 1:00 pm EDT to explore this topic and help you along the way.In this webinar, we'll cover:• Where data is stored in M365 and why this matters• Native features and limitations in Microsoft Purview for data discovery, compliance, and information governance• How to effectively and defensibly preserve, collect, process, and review data housed within your M365 tools• Taking a holistic approach to data collection and management from hybrid environments like Zoom, Confluence, Zendesk, and moreRegister here.
Join us for this CLOC Ask the Expert event: How to Redefine and Promote the Unique value of Legal Ops in the Enterprise.Speakers include Jenn McCarron, Director of Legal Operations & Technology at Netflix, Laura Fichet, Senior eDiscovery Program Manager at Oracle, and Brian Hupp, Senior Strategist and Consultant with UpLevel Ops, a boutique legal operations consulting firm.Event SummaryDoing more with less is the mantra for today’s legal departments. Under pressure to squeeze efficiencies out of resources, innovative legal professionals are increasingly looking to the modern tech stack to maximize the value of the information they manage, and in doing so, have the potential to bring untapped value to the broader business.Hear from seasoned legal ops leaders as they share their experiences and expert advice on how to leverage technology solutions to transform legal ops from a back-office function to a strategic leadership position.Feel free to post your key takeaways from the event
Gartner reveals that 80% to 90% of all enterprise data is unstructured, but only 18% of organizations are taking advantage of it. Messaging apps (Slack, Teams, etc.), email, text files, customer feedback, and other unstructured data create a wealth of untapped value. This information can be used to uncover hidden insights, fuel strategic decision-making, improve governance, and identify new business opportunities.On August 23, 2022, at 1 pm ET, Onna is hosting a free webinar on maximizing the value of unstructured data. This webinar will cover: What unstructured data is and where it lives Why managing unstructured data is important Common challenges of unstructured data management The benefits of extracting insights from unstructured data How to start managing and maximizing the value of your unstructured dataRegister here.What challenges are you currently facing when it comes to unstructured data management? Let us know in the comments below.
Is TikTok really a thing? Should Onna be leveraging TikTok more to reach IT & Legal Operations Professionals?
All,As the Chief Customer Officer at Onna I’m always looking for the best ways to engage with customers, prospects, and partners. This article jumped out at me, For Attorneys on TikTok, the Benefits of Access Outweigh Privacy Risks. Would love your feedback on what gets your attention when you’re looking at vendors for new projects? And the preferred way to engage with you as a customer? Ex: Community, email, text, TikTok, etc?Appreciate any and all feedback!Thanks,Michelle
On August 2, Onna's teamed up with Epiq for a live CLE webinar hosted by Association of Certified E-Discovery Specialists (ACEDS) on key considerations and best practices for navigating HSR Second Request productions.This webinar will cover:Common challenges of data merging Recent changes to the Second Request review process and how it affects merging parties How to accelerate the acquisition of cloud application data Data collection and chain of custody best practices Beyond tools and technology – how to get other stakeholders involvedGrab your spot here.
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