Organizations all over the world are changing the ways they communicate with Cisco unified communications. Smarsh and Actiance are excited to strengthen our partnership with Cisco and help customers manage the e-discovery, regulatory or brand risk inherent in electronic communications. We are excited to share that Smarsh and Actiance capture and archiving support for Jabber […]
Smarsh® delivers a comprehensive and integrated suite of information archiving applications and services that help companies protect themselves and manage risk. Its centralized platform provides a unified compliance and e-discovery workflow across the entire range of digital communications, including email, social media, websites, instant messaging, mobile text messaging and voice.
Founded in 2001, Smarsh helps more than 20,000 organizations meet regulatory compliance, e-discovery and record retention requirements. The company is headquartered in Portland, Oregon, with offices in New York City, Boston, Raleigh, N.C. and London.
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Smarsh is in exclusive company, having earned a spot on the Inc.’s 5000 list of the fastest-growing private companies in America for the 11th consecutive year. Inc. magazine announces its annual Inc. 5000 list every summer to recognize the most successful private companies in the U.S., based on consistent year-over-year sales growth. Qualifying companies must […]
Modern business communications are evolving more rapidly than anyone could have guessed, even as recently as 10 years ago. While email remains a major player in electronic communications, channels such as social media and SMS/text messaging continue to grow in prominence — which means organizations hoping to stay on top of their regulatory compliance requirements […]
Perhaps the greatest hurdle facing financial firms striving to meet their regulatory obligations lies in the rapidly-evolving ecosystem of workplace communications. Recent years have seen an explosion in new communications tools, and forward-thinking firms have been quick to utilize their unique capabilities to improve workplace efficiency and enhance communications with both colleagues and clients. Simultaneously, […]
Recently, Smarsh Principle of Information Governance Practice Shaun Hurst published an opinion piece in British newspaper The Times. The article examines the impact that GDPR is having on EU businesses and highlights the fact that many companies have been unable to keep up with the deluge of data requests they have received since the regulation […]
The past few years have seen a seismic shift in the channels of communication utilized by businesses and their employees to contact both colleagues and clients. Despite this, many organizations continue to rely on supervisory solutions that are wildly out of date, and as a result are struggling to incorporate newer technologies such as mobile […]
In the deluge of emails, instant messages, and texts generated by employees in your organization each day, it can be difficult to spot fraud — unless you know what to look for. Following our recent examination of email-specific terms and keywords, today we’re looking at social media and text messages. In 2013, we published a […]
In the deluge of emails, instant messages, and texts generated by employees in your organization each day, it can be difficult to spot fraud — unless you know what to look for. Today, we turn a wary eye toward email. In 2013, we published a blog post listing the ten most commonly flagged email terms that […]
Changes In The Market Mobile devices are no longer the future of business, they are its present. The last 30 years have seen mobile devices grow from a bulky, ostentatious luxury reserved exclusively for the wealthy to a ubiquitous tool carried daily by a majority of the population. At the same time, they’ve evolved from […]
In our modern, connected world, mobile devices empower us with access to the people and information we want when we want it. We sign electronic documents, make important purchasing decisions, and send critical messages in real-time from powerful, pocket-sized computers that would’ve seemed like science fiction a mere 20 years ago. The explosive ubiquity of […]