Smarsh provides government agencies of all sizes with a modern approach to records management. County agencies are required by state law to capture and store all of their electronic communications records, but this has become more complex and time-consuming as modern communications have evolved to include emails, text messages, and social media.
We simplify the capture and search of communications data so that you can rapidly respond to requests, whether for public records requests, e-discovery events, or audit investigations. This means counties can meet recordkeeping obligations, manage risk and save valuable staff time. Content can then be packaged and produced on-demand.
Our solutions support record management teams, attorneys, and IT staff from counties across the country, tackling common challenges, like locating records, ensuring compliance with retention schedules, and securing storing communication data.
More from Smarsh:
Whitepaper: Public Sector Guide to Text Messaging Policy and Retention
This guide contains practical steps to help public sector organizations and departments develop a text message policy and retention strategy that will improve the efficiency of fulfilling public records requests while reducing the overall drain on resources. It also outlines some smart text recordkeeping practices, so you’ll be better prepared to respond to open records requests or other e-discovery needs when they arise. Download now.
Whitepaper: Government’s Guide to Secure Recordkeeping of Electronic Communications
We examine all the electronic communications counties that should be securely collecting and preserving, how to evaluate your current archiving technology and capabilities, and which security features to expect from an archiving solution. Download now.
Whitepaper: Building a NextGen E-discovery Playbook for Public Sector Organizations
As technologies for communication and collaboration continue to grow beyond traditional channels like email and static documents, how should a public sector organization adjust its e-discovery playbook? That’s the question we aim to tackle in this brief guide. Download now.