As the world hurtles forward with its biggest-ever experiment in forced home-based working, it’s easy to overlook the hurdles faced by the most heavily regulated sectors such as Financial Services, Insurance, Healthcare, and Government. Often even using the latest collaboration and communication tools is a challenge for such enterprises. And the idea of enabling colleagues to work from home in an unsupervised environment or simply using their own device is a risk too far.

Theta Lake is responding to the health crisis by making available the new archiving module, Compliant Collaboration Archive, of their flagship compliance suite completely free of charge, to help new customers get this crucial element in place fast. With the industry’s first SEC Rule 17a-4 compliant archive purpose-built for collaboration platforms, firms wanting to comply requirements from the CFTC, FCA, FINRA, and more can continue their rapid deployment of voice, video, collaboration chat, and text tools while remaining compliant with regulatory requirements.

Read UCToday’s interview with Theta Lake’s Anthony Cresci here

Ian Applegate-Olson

Author Ian Applegate-Olson

Ian is the Global Digital Marketing Manager at Theta Lake.

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