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How is reliance on the email inbox changing in your organization as employees turn to slack/ other collaboration tools? 

We use Trello and it has significantly reduced email.

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We use Trello and it has significantly reduced email.
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Anonymous Author
Email is the slowest form of communication in my view. If you want a fast response - call or text Next is sending a chat Slowest is email
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Anonymous Author
Needs the proper shadow it visabilty ( casb, dlp, etc)
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Slack is where Engineering lives and other business areas visit (in some cases they also live there).  Depending on the business area and workflow, users may check their email only 1-2 times per day, or less often.  If we need to get a message out quickly, to all staff, it is sent in both Slack and Email.  Once the message is sent, it is most likely that the conversation will continue in Slack due to its conversational cadence and use of texting standards (emojis, FTW…) to quickly convey a message/acknowledgment.  This presents user access management challenges as users can create new channels in Slack, with sensitive info, in seconds.  In the last few organizations where I’ve worked, Slack (or similar) are the go-to work tools as they can also integrate messaging from many sources, such as Atlassian.  Email is primarily for formal corporate communications and messages that have less urgency.        
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Anonymous Author
CASBs has the DLP module built in.
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