Mobile device communications, including SMS messaging, Blackberry PIN to PIN messaging and Blackberry Messenger, are the new way for companies and their clients to communicate. However, this technology can result in a large liability for companies should a problem arise. In order to protect confidential and proprietary data, each company requires a solution to archive…Details
MobileGuard services enable oil and gas organizations to streamline internal procedures, connect remote sites and disparate technologies, improve workforce productivity, and ensure regulatory and internal compliance while leveraging existing investments.Details
Any company with frequent litigation is very aware of the complexities of the rules of discovery and disclosure in such cases. The need for communication compliance for legal scenarios is key. These rules are set forth in the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure (FRCP), and non-compliance of these rules can lead to the dismissal or loss of a case, severe fines or disbarment for the employee involved. Amended December 1, 2006, the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure or FRCP relates to the rules of discovery pertaining to electronic records search and retention in regards to evidence discover, or e-discovery. The legislation was change to introduce Rules 16(a)(1),(33) and (34) which establish the fact that electronic information is discoverable.
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In a development that will further increase the need for mobile communication compliance, Comcast, the biggest cable carrier in the USA, will now let Comcast home-phone customers make calls using iPads, smartphones and other mobile devices anywhere they have Internet access. Voice2go The new Comcast feature, called Voice2go, will allow customers to use free Wi-Fi…Details
Any solution to the problem of mobile communication capture and archiving must be comprehensive. The solution must be able to monitor, log, archive, or block mobile communications, and must be able to recreate the entire message conversation just like an email chain.Details
MobileGuard Allows Broker/Dealers to Send and Receive SMS Messages Without Risking Compliance Violations
MobileGuard’s Text Message, (SMS), monitoring, archiving and mobile compliance solution, MessageGuard, provides the financial services industry with a convenient and seamless method for safe, secure and compliant mobile communication. This new offering enables Broker/Dealers to supervise and archive while enabling their employees to send and receive SMS messages.
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