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5 Actions to Take for an Airtight Mobile Use Strategy in Government

A guide to building a strong mobile risk management program that will let your government organization take advantage of text messages for business

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Text messaging is an immediate and simple way of communicating, so many government employees prefer it over email or other traditional methods. However, FOIA laws require all electronic communications used for business to be archived and available for public record requests. It doesn’t matter whether an employee uses his/her personal or government-issued cell phone, both are fair game.

In this guide we’ll show how public sector organizations can build an airtight mobile strategy. Learn about device scenarios, policy creation, mobile device management, and the archiving process.

Read our guide to learn:

  • Device ownership scenarios – advantages and disadvantages
  • Key questions to answer for an airtight policy
  • How to retain & report text message content