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Modern Messaging Series – Social Media Archiving

What has been classified as a commodity, message archiving, should be viewed as a key component of your overall business and technology strategy. This is not just wishful thinking on our part, or salesmanship. Messaging has forever changed in the past decade as traditional communications via email has transcended to numerous channels – social media,  read more

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Modern Messaging Series – Business Continuity Through Archiving

What has been classified as a commodity, message archiving, should be viewed as a key component of your overall business and technology strategy. This is not just wishful thinking on our part, or salesmanship. Messaging has forever changed in the past decade as traditional communications via email has transcended to numerous channels – social media,  read more

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Modern Messaging Policy and Compliance – Webinar Replay

Our May 22, 2014 webinar discussing Messaging Compliance with industry expert Blane Warrene is now live for replay below. Our agenda included: What makes up a modern messaging compliance program? Defining the needs of policy, archiving, governance and reporting Best practices in implementing the procedures, technology and audit preparation If you have questions – don’t  read more

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5 Steps to incorporate Social Media into Your Messaging Policy

Designing the Modern Messaging Policy How we view and define messaging has been altered forever with the emergence and mainstreaming of social media during the past five years. Unlike early technologies for digital messaging, including email and websites, the new model of messaging, factoring in the wide array of social networks, is multi-faceted and requires  read more

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The Transformation of Message Compliance

The last five years have had a substantial impact companies seeking to supervise electronic communications of any kind. Traditionally, since the 1990s, this was a relatively manageable burden that entailed handling email and web sites. Those are largely controllable channels with little disruption or complexity. Social media has transformed that, liberating millions of participants to  read more