The way companies communicate is changing quickly. Email is being rapidly overtaken by social communications. For example, in 2016 the employees of one of the largest banks in Switzerland will send more instant messages than emails for the first time. The trend will only accelerate as more communications tools become available. Email vendors (think IBM, Microsite and Google) are incorporating messaging and collaboration tools directly into their email applications. Meanwhile, new messaging vendors are constantly popping up. These new forms of communications have wide ranging implications on privacy, content ownership, intellectual property infringement, internal governance, regulatory compliance and eDiscovery.
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- How today’s organizations are embracing social business
- Recent and seminal cases related to non-email communications
- Key legal issues related to social networks and collaboration
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