Mobile archiving is becoming more important in today’s time, where even government and corporate members use their mobile devices to communicate and collaborate with their teams. To continue complying with the Securities and Futures Commission (SFC) and Sunshine archiving regulations, communications via mobile devices must now be part of the organization’s archiving system.
Fortunately, entities do not have to worry much about public records archiving with solutions like Telemessage. Mobile archiving solutions are applications that allow the capturing and storing of SMS messages, voice calls, and other content. It can also record content from a specific device like android, and applications like WhatsApp, WeChat, Telegram, and Signal.
One of the important features a mobile archiver must have is instant archival. This means that the program can back up messages as they are delivered to the receiver. Having a lag time in between the sending and storing of the content makes it much more prone to data loss.
Additionally, the solution must have end-to-end encryption to maintain privacy and security while the message moves through the channel. This feature ensures that the message is protected against potential third-party network interference. Thus confidential corporate information remains safe within company control.
Lastly, it must have a comprehensive reporting characteristic to deliver reports instantaneously when prompted. This will allow the administrators to monitor messages and content at every organizational level in a timely and thorough manner.
Telemessage’s mobile archiver solutions deliver these important attributes and more. With Telemessage, organizations can secure and retain content and data within Telemessage servers or to an archiving data storage vendor of your choice. In instances when the entity faces disputes with regards to transmitted data, they can easily backtrack, review, and use its records for substantiation.
Learn more about determining the success of a mobile archiver in an infographic from Telemessage.