Enable a unified compliance and e-discovery workflow across all content types within your organization.
Search and review all of your content in one place, creating efficiency and providing peace of mind.
A better archiving solution for all your communications
More than two out of three firms that allow text messaging do not have a solution in place for retention and oversight. That puts you and your organization at unnecessary risk of incurring FINRA fines for failing to meet electronic messaging compliance standards. Blackberry® smartphone users can choose from three different Smarsh options to archive their text messages. First, download the Smarsh text capture app on your Blackberry device. The application runs silently in the background of the device and makes a copy of all SMS messages. Second, a non-software approach is available for employees who use AT&T as their carrier. Just enable text archiving, and AT&T supports Smarsh archiving of all text messages in the background. A third option uses the Blackberry Enterprise Server (BES) to collect SMS, PIM and BBM text messages directly from company mobile devices and route them to the Smarsh archiving platform.
With the Smarsh Mobile Archiving content is ingested in its native format. Smarsh preserves and indexes each unique element or related object of a messaging type, rather than flattening a text message conversation into the body of an email. By ingesting data intelligently, Smarsh introduces a series of advantages to the search and review process. The Archiving Platform also allows users to view the full thread of the conversation in order to easily understand the context in which a text was made.
State-of-the-Art Security and Encryption
Our data centers meet the Systrust security control set, including floor-to-ceiling walls, key-card activated biometric readers, 24–7 surveillance and on-site security.
Smarsh manages its own secure, redundant and geographically dispersed SSAE16 SOC2/3 data centers.
Physical and logical access of our data centers and offices is restricted to Smarsh employees only. We run rigorous background checks on all employees.
User authentication for the Archiving Platform is via 256-bit SSL encryption. Data is protected using forced 2048-bit SSL and TLS encryption.