Cisco Jabber gives you the freedom to be productive from anywhere, on any device. Your teams can reduce delays with real-time information and instant messaging capabilities for powerful collaboration. However, companies need to ensure that Cisco Jabber content is effectively retained and reviewed. The growing complexity and diverse use cases of Cisco Jabber are creating challenges for the compliance and security teams seeking to keep up with these regulatory requirements. To ensure Cisco Jabber can be safely, securely, and compliantly deployed, organizations need a comprehensive solution.
- Smarsh provides comprehensive capture, archiving and compliance solutions for electronic communications and uniquely enables the control and management of all Cisco Jabber content. Smarsh not only captures and archives all Ciscso Jabber data, but also unifies compliance and e-discovery management for enterprise communications across 80+ communication channels.
- Like all other supported channels, Jabber messages are stored in a search-ready state for intelligent and efficient search and retrieval—based on virtually any criteria - and Jabber’s peer-to-peer chats, group chats and chat room conversations are directly ingested into the Smarsh archive in proper context, not flattened to email format.
- With Smarsh capture and archiving solutions for Cisco Jabber you can:
- Fulfill regulatory requirements set by FINRA, SEC, IIROC, FCA, MiFID II HIPAA, and more
- Retain all Jabber content in the integrated Smarsh Connected Archive for a complete compliance and archiving solution or export content to an external archive
- Conduct real-time blocking, monitoring, and tagging of Cisco Jabber content regardless of content structure
- Capture and retain all content in context for ease of search, e-discovery and review
- Conduct comprehensive reporting including usage and trend reports at user, group, and global levels
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