Hanzo, a pioneer in dynamic web content preservation from enterprise collaboration applications and complex websites, is pleased to announce the new and improved connectors for Atlassian applications, including Confluence, Jira, and Trello.
Hanzo has long understood that collaboration data presents unique challenges for ediscovery due to the dynamic and ever-changing nature of the content. Moreover, collaboration applications are not fundamentally designed for discovery, making exporting and reviewing this information for legal purposes challenging.
With this new release of connectors, Hanzo facilitates defensible and high-fidelity collections from these data sources, making it easier for legal teams to review and understand due to the rich display of information in context.
“Browser-based applications like Jira produce tickets that are rich with information, including detailed change history and commentary. Corporate teams need to be able to easily access, cull, and target specific information for review,” said Brad Harris, VP of Product, Hanzo. “We’re making the Atlassian ediscovery experience more efficient because the results of the captures are as lifelike as the live site, and they are exportable in a review-platform-ready format so teams can rapidly review content upon ingestion.”
Hanzo empowers corporate legal teams to quickly and defensibly collect, preserve, and investigate data for ediscovery from a variety of collaboration and web-based applications. Customers are using Hanzo to reduce risk and effectively manage ediscovery volumes to limit downstream costs.
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