The use of mobile text messaging for business communications purposes is widespread and on the rise because of the efficiency and immediacy it provides. However, the potential risks of employees using it without proper governance in place can outweigh the benefits.
Yes, you can outlaw its use for business-related communications in your formal policies, but how do know for sure that your employees are adhering to it? The harsh reality is that all data on this subject points to the fact that they are not and will use it anyway. What would you do if you were asked to produce specific mobile text messages as part of a regulatory audit or to defend yourself and your organization during a litigation event?
So, what if there was a way to archive mobile text messages just like all the other content types supported by The Archiving Platform from Smarsh to manage the risk out of it and the solution supported all combinations of device/OS, carrier plans and both corporate-issued and BYOD scenarios?
This session, led by the Smarsh product team, will feature a detailed discussion of the specific challenges involved with archiving mobile text messages and how newly developed capabilities of The Archiving Platform enable a comprehensive solution for this specialized type of content.
Attend this breakout session to:
- Gain a deep understanding of the specific challenges related to capturing and archiving mobile text messages – especially SMS/MMS messages
- Understand the unique nuances of device/OS combinations, carrier plans and corporate-issued vs. BYOD scenarios
- See what solutions the Smarsh product team has come up with to address this significant source of electronic communications risk
Making mobile text messaging safe and compliant for financial services organizations is one of the hottest topics in the industry right now. Make sure to catch this deep-dive session at SmarshCONNECT to gain the knowledge you need to get ahead of the issue and be ready to deploy a solution for it with The Archiving Platform.
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