Why You Need Hosted Archiving for Social Media, IM, and Texts
Monday, September 13th, 2010
Businesses are increasingly using social media, instant messaging (IM) and mobile texting (SMS) to connect, communicate and engage with their customers and employees in new and powerful ways. With the widespread adoption of these real-time communications tools, enterprises are realizing an array of benefits that are boosting their bottom lines, but not without challenges.
This increased use of new media in the workplace creates significant technology challenges for CIOs and IT administrators who are tasked with managing this exploding stream of text-based real-time communications.
Network managers are confronted with increasingly disparate and complex IT environments and an ever-growing list of data management requirements to ensure the capture, archival, retrieval and access of these communication logs.
It is important to know that IM, SMS, and Social Media are subject to the same industry and governmental regulations as email, so how do you bring compliance obligations within your reach easily and cost effectively?
Sonian is hosting a complementary webinar to discuss how hosted archiving solutions are helping companies achieve compliance and reduce the cost of e-discovery research and regulatory oversight.
Sonian IM Archivetrade; is hosted, easy to deploy, requires zero maintenance, and automatically adapts to the evolving IM, SMS, and Social Media technology landscape.
A hosted archiving solution (like Sonian’s) provides you with:
middot; Unlimited storage at no extra cost
middot; Lowest cost of ownership in the industry
middot; Highest security and encryption standards
middot; Support for Microsoft OCS and all major public networks including Skype
middot; Support for social media networks, including Facebook, Twitter and Linkedin
middot; Seamless integration into existing systems
middot; Multiple deployment options to fit your companyrsquo;s infrastructure
middot; Intuitive and secure web-based management console and reporting
middot; Zero-interrupt archiving