The new communication and collaboration tools millennials insist on are creating data retention nightmares in the workplace. The trouble is, the tools also bring increased productivity to organizations that rely on them.
That’s why compliance and IT professionals are giving in to pressure. They’re abandoning prohibition policies that didn’t work in the first place, and now they’re struggling to stay one step ahead as they seek to capture, control and preserve Electronically Stored Information (ESI).
Keeping up with plain old email was a cakewalk by comparison. Today we’re talking about eDiscovery requirements for data within dynamic conversations that can jump across networks. That’s a lot of stress and sleepless nights for the sake of things like Snapchat, shared whiteboards, Microsoft Teams and even emojis, for crying out loud.
Companies like Smarsh Inc. are working to stay one step ahead, too. They know remaining both compliant and productive gives companies a strategic advantage — as well as a good night’s sleep. That’s why they’ve prepared this guide for companies that are exploring the challenges and seeking solutions.
This guide is an ideal first step for you if these statements are true for your organization:
- You’re faced with archiving large volumes of unstructured content such as a persistent chat, with up to 10,000 participants or more
- You recognize an inability to quickly ingest, index or export very large data objects such as collaboration content exceeding 2GB each
- You have younger employees and clients who consistently introduce new tools to their workflows
- You or your IT team spend inordinate amounts of time keeping up with the demand for new networks
- You must meet unique data privacy, locality and geographic restrictions while deploying new archiving locations
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Smarsh helps financial services organizations get ahead – and stay ahead – of the risk within their electronic communications. Smarsh has established the industry standard for the efficient review and production of content from the diverse range of channels that organizations now use to communicate. With innovative capture, archiving and monitoring solutions that extend across the industry’s widest breadth of channels, customers can leverage the productivity benefits of email, social media, mobile/text messaging, instant messaging/collaboration, websites and voice while efficiently strengthening their compliance and e-discovery initiatives.
A global client base, including the top 10 banks in the United States and the largest banks in Europe, Canada and Asia, manages billions of conversations each month with the Smarsh Connected Suite. The company is headquartered in Portland, Ore. with nine offices worldwide, including locations in Silicon Valley, New York, London and Bangalore, India. For more information, visit www.smarsh.com.