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PageFreezer Announces Compliance Archiving for Yammer

PageFreezer, a leading provider of website and social media archiving has recently partnered up with collaborative social media network Yammer to provide the add ons of for information governance, compliance archiving and eDiscovery.

How to Properly Implement Enterprise Collaboration Software-1Saving on the need to use email messages internally, Yammer functions much like Facebook as a social network, with hashtags, groups, a news feed, likes and private messages – all for the professional enterprise. While the collaborative solution provides numerous benefits in productivity; organizations are facing common compliance and legal obstacles when introducing the platform to its employees. Without a plan in place for protecting personal information, companies and government agencies can put themselves at serious risks for hard-hitting fines, a tainted reputation and millions of dollars in lawsuits.

Known for its ability to collect and retain all essential data within social media networks and replay content as if it were live, PageFreezer was quick to develop support for Yammer upon realizing its emergence as a popular collaboration tool within professional enterprises; and for good reason.

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“With the expectations of industry-specific record-keeping rules and regulations like SEC, FINRA, MiFID II and GDPR, organizations must take the necessary steps to ensure an information governance system is in place in conjunction with driving Yammer adoption throughout the enterprise.” Says Michael Riedyk, CEO of PageFreezer.

PageFreezer offers secure and automatic capture of all Yammer messages, posts, and comments. Storing the records as official, SHA-256 digitally signed valid records, PageFreezer helps Yammer users abide by strict recordkeeping regulations, and have their grounds covered should a litigation case arise.

PageFreezer is now listed on Yammer Apps at https://www.yammer.com/pagefreezer.com/apps

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