It is undeniable that how we communicate in the workplace has been forever changed. With over 83 percent of organizations not leveraging all the capabilities of their collaboration platforms, including Webex, Microsoft Teams, Zoom, Slack, and more. Our team has played an integral role in advancing collaboration platforms and empowering organizations to securely embrace these platforms to maintain daily business operations.
If you didn’t have a chance to attend Zoomtopia this year, there’s still time to watch the sessions as all are available on-demand. Theta Lake was a sponsor of the show and is a long-time partner of Zoom, offering its users the ability to leverage every aspect of the platform and have full coverage for security and compliance across those communication channels.
A question we often hear from customers is: “How do I manage the sheer volume of content, and how do I get the right reviewers to supervise it?”
If the last 14 months have taught us anything, it is the importance of being able to pivot not only quickly, but securely. For many organizations, that requires leaning into unified communication and collaboration platforms in ways they never have before. The concept of “work from anywhere” has gained traction within the last year and organizations that have been able to embrace the concept and continue to build trusted relationships with their customers saw an increase in business because they were able to adapt. Implementing unified communication and collaboration tools was a strategic move, and as a result, organizations were able to deliver superior client experiences. In a recent webinar, “Using Theta Lake Compliance to Maximize your ROI with RingCentral,” Daniel Bridges, former CTO of Attivo Group, explains how Theta Lake and RingCentral transformed his organization and enabled him to offer a more seamless client experience.
Compliance and security for modern collaboration platforms like Zoom, Microsoft Teams, Cisco Webex, RingCentral, Red Box, and more is critically important particularly in light of the increase in usage of these platforms. To help you navigate the complexity and demonstrate a better way of conducting compliance and risk detection within these platforms, we've created a webinar series that deep dives into various areas. This post contains our upcoming webinars that you can attend live and others that are available on-demand. Each is between 10 - 25 minutes in length.
With over 10,000 registered representatives, Advisor Group is one of the largest networks of independent wealth management firms in the United States. The individual firms that comprise Advisor Group foster the spirit of entrepreneurship, and to support their success, the firm invests significant resources across the network. As part of that commitment, Advisor Group’s network of financial professionals enjoy state-of-the-art technologies, personalized service, and broad-based operational support.
When video conferencing platforms emerged as an innovative way to engage with customers, Advisor Group saw its value as an important resource for the firm’s employees and network of financial professionals. The firm adopted Zoom and quickly rolled it out. As a financial services organization Advisor Group had a regulatory obligation under Advertising Regulation FINRA Rule 2210 to review video communications to ensure they are fair, balanced, and not misleading.
Advisor Group understood the growing demand by its advisor team to leverage recorded video to better serve the clients and grow their businesses. A regulatory concern arose for the firm when Advisor Group identified that many internal employees were recording their Zoom meetings.
“As the popularity and use of video conferencing grew, we saw that people across our network were also starting to record their meetings and store the MP4 video file. This was introducing a regulatory issue that we needed to manage,” said Sean Mannello, Senior Advertising Analyst at Advisor Group.
The Compliance Team collaborated with IT to initiate a process of documenting and supervising the recordings. The initial effort was an involved, multi-step workflow that required a lot of manual, time-intensive effort uploading, downloading, and managing new recordings. From there, the compliance team had to review the recording, as well as manually document and manage the review workflow process. Collectively, the end-to-end cycle was taking upwards of 100 minutes of resource time for each video recording.
“The go-forward supervision process was a concern. We knew that the MP4 recording files were going to be huge and the amount of data would grow. The information was also going to be difficult and time consuming not only to review but also to physically handle with all of the uploads, downloads, and other required touchpoints,” said Mannello.
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Attivo Group is a collection of financial companies, providing advice and financial planning services to a large customer base. Based in the United Kingdom (UK) with offices in London, Cardiff, and Cheltenham, Attivo Group has adopted a growth-by-acquisition model with expectations of a 10-fold expansion over the next few years.
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With the mass pivot to work-from-anywhere (WFA) business models, collaboration platforms have saved the day. Their feature-rich communication capabilities made it possible for organizations across industries to transition to remote work, without skipping a beat on the communication front.