Addressing the demands of a mobile, virtual and stay-at-home workforce is not a new topic. Hiring the best talent – regardless of whether or not they reside in proximity to company facilities – is a competitive reality for many organisations. But the global coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak has suddenly amplified interest in this trend at companies large and small around the world for existing staff as well.
Many firms, for a variety of reasons, have been slower to embrace advances in technology to support a non-office dwelling staff. Until now.
During this webinar we will discuss:
- Should companies consider software that is “free”? What about WhatsApp and WeChat?
- Should regulated firms reconsider their policies on restricting access to features of their existing collaboration tools like Microsoft Teams, Slack and Zoom to ensure their staff are productive while working remotely?
- And how to do this in a compliant manner
Director, Solutions Engineering, Smarsh
Shaun Hurst is the International Technology Director for Smarsh. He has over 18 years of experience solving complex IT challenges for Financial Services Institutions and is a subject matter expert in topics like e-Discovery, Compliance, Regulatory Requirements, Data Privacy, and Cloud Computing.
CEO and Founder, Umony Limited
Dean Elwood is the CEO of Umony Limited. He has been involved in telecommunications innovation since the late 1990s. Drawing on his experience in the VoIP industry he has created a series of products solving communications problems.
In 2008 he founded Voxygen and built the compliance mobile call recording platform for O2. After selling the business in 2014, he founded Umony, which now, alongside mobile call recording, has also developed solutions for compliant use of encrypted messaging applications such as WhatsApp and WeChat.