What if you couldn’t check your email from bed in the morning? Or share the status of a project with your colleague during your commute? It’s hard to imagine not being able to access your work any time, anywhere. In the cloud-based world we live in, it feels like we have everything at our fingertips—but when it comes to e-discovery, it’s not that simple. 

Think about all of the collaboration apps you use on a daily basis: GSuite, Slack, Quip, Salesforce, the list goes on. It’s clear that the volume of ESI (electronically stored information) and the number of places it can live have dramatically increased, which makes retrieving the data you need more complicated. For corporate legal teams working on e-discovery, they’ve entered an entirely different ballgame. In this article, we’ll cover the ways cloud collaboration apps are affecting e-discovery, and how corporate legal teams can confront potential challenges. 

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