Extract from Dave Ruel’s article “Preserving Collaborative Content: 6 Common Challenges Collecting Data From Google Drive”
At Hanzo, we talk a lot about the collaborative content companies generate in communication apps like Slack. However, instant messaging isn’t the only way collaboration happens, and Slack isn’t the only place where team members work together. It’s likely your team also collaborates on documents and spreadsheets through platforms like Google Workspace (formerly known as G Suite).
As with messages in Slack, the content within Google Workspace may be subject to litigation hold obligations if it’s relevant to any pending or anticipated legal matters. And—again, as with Slack—the built-in tools within Google may not be up to the challenge of corporate ediscovery.
Let’s take a closer look at the ediscovery challenges posed by modern collaboration tools like Google Workspace.