The Microsoft Teams explosion
In 2020, when enterprises shifted to remote work, Microsoft Teams usage surged as companies scrambled to ensure minimal disruption in communication and collaboration. However, the resulting deluge of unstructured data is notoriously difficult to manage.
Between one-to-one and group chats, channel messages, emojis, reactions, and attachments, there’s a lot of dynamic content in Teams. And, as data volumes continue to skyrocket, it’s increasingly difficult to ensure that your Teams data is accessible, useful, and private.
Download our Beginner’s guide to Microsoft Teams eDiscovery to learn more about finding and accessing data in this multifaceted tool.
We break down:
What Microsoft Teams does
Where its data is stored
Data retention settings
Understanding Microsoft’s Compliance Center
Native features and limitations in Compliance Center
An adaptive Microsoft Teams eDiscovery plan
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Onna eDiscovery for Microsoft Teams
Accessing, collecting, and exporting data from Microsoft Teams (and all of your other apps) shouldn't require juggling multiple eDiscovery solutions, spending thousands of dollars, or waiting weeks for results. Onna eDiscovery enables the rapid identification, defensible collection, preservation, and search of data from Microsoft and other popular cloud applications in one centralized platform.
With our Microsoft Teams connector, you can extend collections across the entire scope of Microsoft Teams instant messaging, including one-to-one chats, group chats, and channel messages, along with any shared attachments, reactions, and emojis. This includes messages from custodians who have been inactive in a Teams chat or channel. With an intuitive self-service experience, Onna requires minimal training — reducing the load on IT teams, speeding up early case assessment, and driving down review costs.