Join MobileGuard COO Blane Warrene as he discusses the varying methods for text message archiving and supervision. This includes how to handle native messaging on Android, Blackberry, iOS and other mobile devices as well as using apps for compliance purposes.
Sunshine Week: MobileGuard Helps Local Officials in Florida With Open Records Laws, Text Message Archiving and Mobile Compliance
New York, NY – March 15th, 2016 –MobileGuard, Inc., a pioneer in SMS/MMS archiving and mobile compliance has successfully helped numerous cities, sheriff departments and Government agencies in Florida and throughout the nation solve the challenges of text message retention as it pertains to the Open Records Laws. Sunshine Laws for the State of Florida…Details
When Florida’s public records law was approved 40 some years ago, people were still using typewriters and rotary dial telephones. If you wanted a public record, you got a piece of paper or maybe lots of pieces of paper.
MobileGuard’s Mobile Compliance Solutions are now Available to all Fifty States Through Affiliation with SHI
New York, NY – March 11th, 2016 –MobileGuard, Inc., a pioneer in SMS/MMS archiving and mobile compliance, is pleased to announce their solutions can now be purchased by any local government agency in any city in the United States of America. Through an affiliation with SHI, MobileGuard announced that its products can be purchased on…Details
Apple CEO Tim Cook has confirmed that the company will appeal a California judge’s order to unlock an iPhone belonging to one of the terrorists involved in the San Bernardino shooting. Following the request, Cook argued, would “threaten the security of our customers.”
By Devlin Barrett and Daisuke Wakabayashi James Comey, director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, conceded Tuesday that a mistake was made in the early days of the investigation into the San Bernardino, Calif., terrorism attack, making it harder to get data from one of the shooters’ phones. Mr. Comey said, however, that even without…Details
Following the terrorist attack in San Bernardino, California, the world’s largest tech company, Apple, is once again under scrutiny from the Department of Justice. During the trial of the San Bernardino shooter, Syed Farook, United States Magistrate Judge Sheri Pym declared that Apple must assist investigators in decrypting Farook’s iMessages. Farook, a former employee of…Details
With the New Year in full swing MobileGuard is seeking to further expand its rapidly growing client base and teach other companies about the role of Mobile Compliance. Mobile compliance isn’t limited to top government officials. In fact, MobileGuard has partnered to work with large financial institutions with thousands of devices that need to be…Details
The New Year in 2016 marks an important shift in business culture. Companies are becoming heavily reliant on mobile devices to conduct their daily business. There is continued pressure to evolve compliance policies and procedures in conjunction with these initiatives. From a regulatory perspective, FINRA and the SEC track these trending shifts in business and have begun…Details