The workplace communications ecosystem is changing more rapidly than it ever has before. The past few years have seen new technologies emerge left and right, and these new channels bring with them unique challenges for government organizations striving to meet their state's public records laws. Traditional manual solutions focused on emails and filings are no longer sufficient to capture and archive all records that may be requested, which means it’s time for your organization to update its public records processes to meet the demands of the modern world.
Fortunately, you don’t have to go it alone. In this webinar, we explore how the challenges your organization now faces, and the solutions available to you. Perhaps even more crucially, we’ll explore how your efforts to modernize your public records processes can enhance workplace efficiency and improve relations with your community.
Senior Director of Product Marketing and Chief Evangelist, Smarsh
Mike Pagani is Senior Director of Product Marketing and Chief Evangelist at Smarsh. He is a seasoned IT professional and recognized subject matter expert in the areas of mobility, identity and access management, network security and virtualization. In his role, Mike also works with industry regulators, such as the SEC and FINRA, to keep customers and partners informed of the latest developments and requirements related to electronic communications compliance.
Solution Engineer, Smarsh
Jenn Kunrath is a Solution Engineer at Smarsh. With a technical background in web-development, she started on the implementation team and has in depth knowledge of how our products and services work. Dedicated in particular to the public sector, she specializes in topics related to FOIA regulations and also sunshine laws. Since communication can often involve a variety of channels, Jenn is knowledgeable in a range of technologies including text messaging, social media, email, IM, and website archiving.