Webinar: Emoji in Communication via the ARMA Mid-Michigan Chapter on Thursday, March 25th, 12-1pm Eastern

Free Web Event

The percentage of the connected population utilizing emoji in workplace communication has increased from 33% in 2016 to 77% today. More than 26 million custom emoji have been created in Slack and the use of emoji in Teams is universal, revolutionizing the way we communicate. Some employees have entire discussions with just emoji, and it only takes one emoji to change the meaning of a message. This session gives an overview of the challenges and risks associated with emoji in workplace communication and Information Governance and provides practical solutions for the problems emoji present.


Eric Parish, IGP, CEDS
Eric Parish is an Information Governance Professional and eDiscovery expert with more than 17-years’ experience in the legal vertical. He is an information governance consultant for Ricoh Legal helping organizations better manage, secure, and optimize data. Prior to joining Ricoh, Eric was a litigator in civil practice in Minneapolis, MN. A Certified eDiscovery Specialist and IGP, He received his B.S. in Biology from Purdue University and his J.D. from the University of Tulsa College of Law where he was a member of the Order of the Barristers.

Matt Mahon, IGP, CEDS
Matt Mahon has 14-years’ experience with Ricoh supporting organizations with information governance and litigation support strategies including data remediation, litigation hold, preservation, collection, data processing, review, and production. Matt earned his B.A. in Mathematics and Applied Sciences from UC San Diego and is a Certified as an eDiscovery Specialist and Information Governance Professional. Matt lectures widely on topics including IoT, the impact of emoji and social media in workplace communications, information governance, and eDiscovery.

Thursday, March 25th

12pm-1pm EST

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RSVP by March 24th to MidMichiganARMA@gmail.com

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