This week is full of news that relates to how MessageWatcher can help organizations avoid fines, reduce legal discovery costs and aid compliance initiatives like ESG.
Archiving and policy-based monitoring of email, social media, messaging apps, web pages and collaboration apps can benefit any organization’s bottom line.
From The Wall Street Journal – JPMorgan Fined $200 Million Over Employees’ Use of WhatsApp and Other Messaging Apps
From Justice.gov – “By proactively implementing compliance functions and spending resources on anticipated problems, a company can both avoid regulatory actions and receive credit from the government” Assistant Attorney General Todd Kim’s wrote in a prepared statement.
From NPR – Walmart sued for allegedly dumping hazardous waste in California
https://www.yahoo.com/now/messagewatcher-partners-linkedin-compliance-program-151000149.html The expanded relationship will allow for new capabilities and increased collaboration for their shared clients. DENVER, August 16, 2022–(BUSINESS […]Read more
I came across this site containing statistics and information on misconduct of US congressional member, including ethics violations. It has […]Read more
Designing the Modern Messaging Policy How we view and define messaging has been altered forever with the emergence and mainstreaming […]Read more
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