Just as organizations finally got around to finding solutions for email governance and eDiscovery, fresh challenges appear in the form of social media such as Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn. Diverse native formats, new types of metadata and its inherent ephemeral nature makes IT, Legal and Compliance anxious about the day when they will be asked to find and produce it. However, social media is not going anywhere. Most organizations will eventually accept it and use it to their advantage for collaboration, to increase efficiency or for business development, so they will need to implement best practices along the way.

If you want to know more about how you can help your organization stay ahead of these challenges, watch this webcast, “A Closer Look at Social Media eDiscovery and Governance.”

In this webcast, we’ll answer your questions around:

  • What are some of the reasons why social media would be relevant to a litigation?
  • What policies and processes should organizations implement to monitor and preserve social media data that could potentially be evidence?
  • What are some important takeaways from the case law on the use of social media?
  • ​How do you manage eDiscovery when the content is not owned or controlled by your organization?

Watch the on demand webinar now!