Actiance Demonstrates Cisco Spark Integration at Cisco GSX

Last week we were excited to participate as a Cisco Spark partner in Cisco GSX – Las Vegas, Cisco’s conference for its global sales force. At the conference, we are demonstrating a Spark-native compliance and archiving solution that will enable regulated firms to keep Spark safe, secure, and compliant – helping Cisco customers meet the most rigorous […]

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Actiance Enables Safe Enterprise Collaboration

Since the inception of Actiance Vantage, we’ve had one goal: to enable safe enterprise collaboration, protect communications data and keep enterprises compliant with stringent regulatory, legal, and corporate stipulations as the communications landscape continues to evolve. Companies of all sizes rely on Actiance Vantage today, from boutique asset management firms to multinational conglomerates. While these […]

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Big Little Lies: Texting Compliance

BIG little Lies Registered Reps do not text Capture texts Broker/Dealers do Business use for texts is not true No phones on trading floor has intended effect Annual attestation completes the rest Everyone texts.  Email is a thing of the past. Current Emily Post etiquette requires a text prior to phoning.  Direct phone calls are […]

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Actiance Announces Compliance Integration for Cisco Spark

Increasing the productivity of teams is a top enterprise priority across every industry. Over the last decade, new global opportunities have caused enterprise workforces to become more geographically distributed. However, their efforts to collaborate have been confined by the limitations of email, desk phones, and centralized content management systems. This has given rise to a […]

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How to Overcome Supervising Employees Communications Challenges

Supervising employees communications when they are using Snapchat and WhatsApp on their personal devices is difficult. How can I effective monitor their communications?  How do I find “bad actors” within my organization by using antiquated tools like lexicons? These and other questions were explored at recent event by Sean Riley, Principal, Terry Bock, Managing Director, and Paul […]

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Surveillance using Snapchat and WhatsApp

How do I supervise the activities of employees when they have Snapchat and WhatsApp on their personal devices?  How do I find “bad actors” within my organization by using antiquated tools like lexicons? These and other questions were explored at recent event by Sean Riley, Principal, Terry Bock, Managing Director, and Paul Yackinous, Senior Manager, […]

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The Challenge Of Increased Litigation In The Energy Business

In addition to compliance issues and costly fines and embarrassing press discussed in our last blog, Compliance Risks Of Shifting Communications In Energy Business an associated challenge energy companies face is increasing levels of litigation and the growing complexities of litigation preparedness. Energy companies are constantly dealing with litigation. Lawsuits from federal agencies based on […]

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Brexit: What it Means for MiFID II

This blog was written by Elin Cherry, Guest Contributor for the Actiance Center of Excellence for Compliance. “This will mark the first divergences in regulatory rule-making in Europe in the last 30+ years. No doubt in my mind that it will keep compliance professionals busy for many years to come! I think it [Brexit] came […]

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Social Communications And The Insurance Industry

Insurance companies are beginning to use social to build brand awareness, enhance customer service, recruit new agents, enhance existing relationships, and identify and nurture prospective clients. However, as a regulated industry, insurance firms are taking a cautious approach when permitting producers or agents to use social media. A lesson learned from regulators of the securities […]

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Global Communications Compliance Requirements

The most regulated industries in the world today – financial services, pharmaceuticals, healthcare, energy, and public sector – face increased risks from the vastly increased number of communications and social channels in use in the workplace today. In the last twenty years, business communications have changed dramatically. In order to boost productivity, many companies have […]

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