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, instant messaging and blogging.

What began as very manageable communications methods in the 1990s via email and the web (and to some extent, instant messaging in the old form) has been disrupted and put many business managers and owners at great unease as to how to properly govern them. The challenge is they’re now essential business tools versus luxury – and this is also the opportunity.

In our modern messaging series, we explore three elements in brief segments:

Business Continuity
Social Media
Productivity and Efficiency

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