Text Message Archiving – Mitigate the Risk of a Growing Public Records Gap

Tuesday, January 10
10:00 a.m. Pacific / 1:00 p.m. Eastern

Nationwide, the frequency of public records requests and litigation events continues to increase.  Being able to archive and easily produce all of your digital communications is mission critical.  A growing gap is emerging as a result of employees using text messaging for work-related communications without proper policies and archiving solutions in place.  

Your strategy for digital records retention may be incomplete if you or your employees are:

  • Taking screen shots of text message “records”
  • Forwarding text messages to email
  • Relying on wireless carriers to have the records
  • Having your employees export their text messages to Excel files

This webinar covers everything you need to know about governing text message communications, so you can respond quickly and fully to public records requests, and eDiscovery needs for litigation events.

Download the presentation here

Mike Pagani

Chief Evangelist

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.

Adam Miller-Howard

Director of Product Strategy 

Adam serves as Director of Product Strategy at Smarsh, where he works to set product strategy and vision, drive product innovation, and influence product design, planning, investment and execution. 

Prior to Smarsh, Adam was an attorney at a large Silicon Valley law firm, where he worked with premier B2B and consumer technology clients to raise over $1 billion in private and public transactions, as well as providing counsel on IP and employment matters. He also worked as an economic consultant in New York and San Francisco, where he supported expert witness testimony for complex commercial litigation, including securities, bankruptcy and antitrust disputes.

Adam graduated from Wesleyan University with a BA in Economics, and from the University of Michigan Law School with a JD, cum laude.