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The instant messenger apps 'Slack', 'IM+ Pro', 'Facebook Messenger', 'Threema', 'Signal', 'Protonet Messenger', 'WhatsApp' and 'Apple Nachrichten' can be seen on a mobile phone in Berlin, Germany, 24 June 2016.

Organizations are increasingly using workplace collaboration tools like Microsoft Teams and Slack. With the proliferation of these tools, litigants are now seeking in discovery-relevant messages from collaboration tools. Over the past year, several courts have issued orders addressing preservation and production obligations for relevant content from those tools. The cases are instructive on how organizations should structure the use and configuration of retention settings for those tools as part of their information governance strategy.

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